Inverted Witchcraft

The Spectator

To the Editor of the Spectator.

In an article entitled as above in the Spectator of May 25th (I) you begin by saying you "can find no promise in Scripture from which a hope might be deduced of a possible second revelation." Here surely you are in a minority among students of the Bible. How, for instance, do you interpret the promise of "the Comforter ... whom the Father will send in my name" (John, 14 : 26), "who will guide you into all truth" (16:13)? Also, what does Peter refer to in 2 Peter, I : 19, 20, if not to a great revelation? Christian Scientists believe that this "knowledge of Christ's teaching," now revealed in Christian Science, is the "light that shineth in a dark place," the "day star" that should "arise in your hearts."

From the Christian Guide
October 10, 1901

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