An Interesting Interview

The following report of an interview with Mrs. Sue H. Mims, C.S.B., of Atlanta, Ga., appeared in a recent issue of The Constitution.

Even the casual observer of the trend of the times, cannot fail to see that there is a vigilant, concerted, determined action on the part of the medical fraternity to legislate against Christianity as a healing power. Why does the medical fraternity need this legislative support that is not asked for nor given to other profession? Is not this very strenuous and persistent effort that is being made in every state of this union the very highest possible compliment to the healing work that is being done by Christian Scientists?

Christian Scientists have no quarrel with medical practice nor with any other means of alleviating human ills. They believe in and ask for individual freedom, both in religion and healing. I myself have had a life-long habit of being most friendly to the physicians, for I was, until healed in Christian Science, almost constantly under the care of some one of them. As a class they are scholarly, cultured, and refined, and I like those qualities, but I also like liberality and justice.

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