The Divinity of Christian Science

We make the following extracts from an article on the above subject by Rev. George H. Peeke of Sandusky, O., who was formerly a minister of the Congregational Church. The article was published in a recent issue of the Sandusky Register.

After nineteen hundred years of Christian teaching in the world, suddenly there has arisen a sect which is attracting peculiarly the educated mind of our civilization. In other words, Christian Science seems to appeal peculiarly to the thoughtful and cultured, with all its alleged illogical and unscientific methods. Christian Science is erecting many churches among the most refined people of our land. There are few, if any, congregations among the sects to be compared with the adherents of Christian Science, for general intelligence, good conduct, and thrift. Christian Science has built large churches in Chicago, Boston, and several large cities without debt and with a harmony and business tact and conduct which is unfortunately the very opposite of that generally witnessed among Christian sects.

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