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There is something very significant in the fact that when a person dies under Christian Science treatment a great ado is made about it, whereas thousands die under medical treatment and not a word is said. It is treated as the most matter-of-fact thing in the world.
Does not this indicate that death in the one case is an extraordinary event, while in the other it is very common?
And does this not lead to the fair conclusion that the extraordinary event tells a story of greater healing efficacy than the very common event? In the former case death is not expected, while in the latter it is. This would seem to be the public estimate of the question.
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Testimonies given at St. Joseph, Mo.
J. W. G.
The Annual Meeting
To love God; to rejoice in His world; to see and feel . . .
Rodney F. Johonnot
BY JESSE B. TWISS.
The Gulf Stream
BY J. E. FELLERS.
BY LILLIAN K. BUTTERFIELD.
BY E. L. CURRY.
It was through healing that I became interested in Christian Science,...
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