A Reply to Criticism

Boston Transcript

To the Editor.

Reviewing the discussion of Christian Science by Rev. F. A. Gilmore of Madison, Wis., I desire to thank him for the kindly temper manifested in his essay and especially the courteous tribute which he offers to the character and sincerity of the Discoverer and Founder of this Science. This part of his effort is surely a pleasant relief from the unkindly spirit manifested by some critics who seem to think that Christian Science cannot be sufficiently vilified without maligning its author. I am sure that Mr. Gilmore will not be offended if I call his attention to what seems to me a misapprehension of some points relating to this Science.

Life and Death
August 7, 1902

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