Removing Misunderstandings

Alameda (Cal.) Argus.

Mr. Editor:—The report in your paper of a recent criticism of Christian Science, contains so many incorrect statements, that I ask the privilege of your columns to reply.

The critic concedes that "Christian Science has many commendable characteristics;" "it is a great promoter of hope and good cheer;" "it is valuable in the emphasis it places on the spiritual constitution of the universe;" "multitudes have undoubtedly been benefited physically by its ministrations;" "it is also unquestionable that many have experienced a moral renovation through the teachings of Christian Science." Having acknowledged all these beneficial results, he proceeds to criticise, not Christian Science, but his views of its teachings. If Christian. Science really were what he says it is, it could not produce the results it does, and he would be justified in not believing in it.

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