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Mr. Editor:— The advice of Mrs. Eddy to Christian Scientists concerning infectious or contagious diseases has called forth comment in the press. Much of this has been singularly beside the mark, and some of it has even been characterized by malice, as well as ignorance.
The time has passed when would-be critics who do not know Mrs. Eddy personally, who have never been admitted to her home, who do not even pretend to understand her teachings, much less to live by them, can be allowed to speak authoritatively of her life and character. Those who really know Mrs. Eddy are unanimous in expressing love and admiration for her. Moreover, how pitiful must all ignorant critics appear in the eyes of the great multitude of persons who have been saved from the dire effects of sin, sickness, and sorrow by her interpretation of Christianity!
The Treatment of Disease
George H. Kinter
W. D. McCrackan
Willard S. Mattox
Right View of Atonement
Clarence A. Buskirk
Though Christian Scientists may differ from others in...
Among the Churches
with contributions from Mary B. G. Eddy
All is Thine
BESSIE MOORE EUSTACE
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
The service of Mammon brings such large returns that...
Francis G. Peabody
A Praise Note
Suffering—in Christian Science and Out
EDWARD EVERETT NORWOOD
WILLIAM S. CAMPBELL with contributions from Fanny Bogardus Hunt, Frances Ridley Havergal
O Little Town of Bethlehem
with contributions from J. E. Havens, S. H. Cady, W. D. McCrackan, George Thompson, Charles T. Root, JACOB BOEHME
I feel it my duty to give a testimony of...
with contributions from Phillips Brooks, H. W. Foote, Norman Macleod, Report E. Speer, G. Campbell Morgan