Mr. Hering to Evangelist Morgan

Baltimore American

To the Editor of The American.

In your issue of October 15 you publish some utterances made by Evangelist G. Campbell Morgan at the Mount Vernon Place Methodist Episcopal Church on Monday afternoon and evening, in which this gentleman is quoted as calling Christian Science "blasphemy," "astounding nonsense," etc., thus assailing and denouncing the religious belief of a large body of Christians, than whom no other religionists endeavor to follow the teachings of our Master, Christ Jesus, more closely, more faithfully, more devoutly, and more fruitfully. As a representative of this denomination I ask you kindly to allow me to make a few comments in defence. Mr. Morgan said:—

"I have no part in this blasphemy, which dictates terms and says that 'God must cure if I have faith enough' " (referring to Christian Science).

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Food for Thought
November 14, 1901

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