Dilemma is the Mother of III-Logic

THIS paraphrase is suggested by the extremities to which some well-meaning people are driven, in their endeavor to make good their position as exponents of the gospel of Christ, and opponents of the gospel of healing. The feat they have undertaken is certainly a difficult one, and failures are not surprising.

It is generally conceded that physical healing was wrought by Jesus through spiritual means alone; that he effected these results in harmony with divine law which is constant and ever operative, and that in keeping with his definite command his disciples continued these works after him, as a proof of their ministry. It is also conceded that the sick and so-called incurable still abound; that they are in need of deliverance, and that they would as surely be blessed, convinced, and won by kindred "mighty works" to-day, as they were in apostolic times.

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July 24, 1902
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