The North American Review

The October number of The North American Review contains another article from the pen of Mr. W. D. McCrackan, New York member of the Christian Science Publication Committee, entitled, "The Strength of Christian Science—A Final Word."

The editorial review of the contributors and contributions in this number thus refers to Mr. McCrackan and his paper: 'W. D. McCrackan, a short biographical note of whose career was published in the August, 1901, issue of the Review, contributed an article entitled, 'The Simple Logic of Christian Science' in that number, which attracted much attention as a reply to an article by Dr. J. M. Buckley, published in the preceding number. Dr. Buckley, writing a second article on 'The Phantom Fortress of Christian Science,' replied in turn to Mr. McCrackan, in the September issue, and now, in the present issue, Mr. McCrackan gives a final word on his side of the question. In these four articles, two upon each side of the question, the Review has opened its columns to probably the most exhaustive discussion of the subject that has appeared in current periodicals. And with this final word the discussion is closed."

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