A Sin to be Sick

The Dansville (N. Y.) Advertiser

To the Editor.

Dear Sir:— I was much impressed with the brief report of a lecture by Dr. J. H. Jackson, in your issue of late date, headed "Sin to be sick." There was much truth in such phrases as "Health means harmony," "Do not give to emotion," "Cultivate the simplicities of life," etc.; and while Dr. Jackson evidently seems to have approached his subject from the physical standpoint mainly, you will pardon me if I call attention to the helpfulness of these phrases in human conduct, and point out how they corroborate the teachings of Christian Science which leads men into all truth. On the subject of "sin" and "sickness," the Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker G. Eddy, says (p.404, Rev. Ed.) :—

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