The Treatment of Disease

Buffalo (N. Y.) Times

Mr. Editor:— Your comment upon my late letter encourages further correspondence upon the signification of the two terms "absent treatment" and "claim" as used in Christian Science. My considerate regard for your space prompted me, when writing you before, to be brief, but now I will endeavor to outline more minutely my meaning, hoping to make clear to you and to your readers, if you will publish my letter, our use of these words.

Your position is in part a laudable one. Mrs. Eddy once wrote, "I respect that moral sense which is sufficiently strong to discern what it believes, and to say, if it must, 'I discredit Mind with having the power to heal.' This individual disbelieves in Mind-healing, and is consistent." (Miscellaneous Writings, p. 223). Her words would apply exactly to you now.

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