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Rev. James A. Blaisdel says in The Congregationalist and Christian World:—
"The Church has been preaching truly the genuine message, but, as the years have gone by, it has become clear that the original simplicity has been involved in a cloak of confusing conceptions. It is simply fact to say that before the conflicting methods and results of disputing doctors the lay mind has come to stand in hopeless bewilderment, a bewilderment only increased by the lapse of years. It is not simply that there have been vast differences in the teaching of honest and able scholars as to historic facts, nor that these varying views have failed to find conclusive settlement in the type of life produced in those holding them, nor that it is around these varying doctrines that the most un-Christly and repulsive rabies theologorum has gathered, nor is it the spectacle of a multitude of denominations equally positive in their divergences, nor that the modern scholarship is disturbing ancient landmarks; but finally, it is the very fact that a kind of historical seminar, in which distinct advantage is with the expert scholar, has been made the strange highway into the kingdom of righteousness.
Christian Science and Suggestive Therapeutics
Clarence A. Buskirk
A Christian Scientist answers Rev. Dr. Utter
Christian Science Claims
Norman E. John
with contributions from W. D. McCrackan, Thomas Edward Potterton, Robert J. Brock, Max Wertheimer, J. L. Foley
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Among the Churches
with contributions from Carrie Brown, Sarah M. Van Camp, Eda Wynkoop, Stacy Dorn, Della Githens, Chauncey Parsons, Clara H. Savory, Charles Kingsley
Wednesday Evening Meeting at Chicago
E. G. H. with contributions from Joseph Parker
The Real Man
By Caroline Washburn Rockwood.
As Wise Followers
By Herbert S. Fuller.
By J. E.
By M. E. McA.
I was brought up in the Methodist faith
Mary E. Burrows with contributions from Amanda M. Kunz