A Paper in the North American Review

The North American Review for August, 1901, contains a ten page article from the pen of Mr. W. D. McCrackan, member of the Christian Science Publishing Committee for New York, entitled, "The Simple Logic of Christian Science."

Mr. McCrackan ably and clearly meets and refutes the leading points made against Christian Science by Dr. J. M. Buckley in a paper written by him published in the North American Review for July. Many of the current misapprehensions relating to Christian Science are also corrected by Mr. McCrackan.

Inasmuch as this magazine is one of the able and standard monthly periodicals of the world, and, as we believe, this is the first paper representing the Christian Science side ever appearing in its columns, it will be read with unusual interest by many thousands of people outside, as well as inside, the Christian Science ranks.

All adherents and friends of the Christian Science movement will appreciate the significance of the fact that the North American Review has extended a friendly hand to the extent of giving so much space to a paper in advocacy of its tenets.

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August 1, 1901

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