Till We All Come

One of the most hopeful features of Christian Science at present, is the fact that it is moulding public opinion in the press, the churches, and even in medical schools. Society considers it both unkind and uncivil to speak disparagingly of Christian Scientists, for most every one has some friend interested in this beautiful faith, and has noticed the forbearing love and consideration shown by the Christian Scientist in cases of differing opinion. All this increasing harmony is doing much to declare the same Christ in whom we all believe, "Till we all come in the unity of the faith."

It is often startling to see how one Mind governs. Indeed, one feels almost like a plagiarist when, after attempting to put forth an original thought, one finds, even before the ink is dry, that the same opinion has been advanced by another.

The Bible now is studied with much greater interest than formerly. Daily light is becoming more and more a household necessity, and best of all, Christian Science is giving a long-coveted chance to talk freely and naturally of Christ, whose coming is every day more confidently understood and discussed than politics or the affairs on the stock exchange.

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Plutarch and Modern Thought
August 28, 1902

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