Extracts from a Christian Scientist's Letter to a Friend

Through the kindly ministrations of Christian Science, my wife has been brought back to health and strength and a peace of thought that "surpasseth understanding," thanks not to the suggestion of any personality, but to the fact that all other means had been tried in vain and found wanting.

You say, "I think it entirely wrong." Now, my friend, has it ever occurred to you that we all think that many things are wrong which are in fact right, and that our thinking does not change the truth in the least? For many centuries people thought the earth flat. Such mistaken thinking, however, did not change the spherical form of the earth in the least.

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