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The Right not to take Medicine
The overwhelming defeat of the bill prohibiting "the practice of Christian Science, mind and faith cure in healing" in the lower house of the New Hampshire legislature is highly creditable to the intelligence of that body and highly satisfying to those who have any conception of the menace to personal liberty involved in such measures.
No matter what may be the individual judgment or opinion concerning the efficacy of Christian Science in the treatment of disease, to prohibit its practice would be practically to deny to persons the right not to take medicine, and this would be a flagrant infraction of personal liberty. The state might as well undertake to say that only allopathy shall be practised in healing, thus denying to all the right to receive homoeopathic or eclectic treatment.
Christian Science Saves the Bible
What Christian Science is Not
W. D. McCrackan
The Teaching of Sound Doctrine
Albert E. Miller
A Distinction with a Difference
David B. Ogden
The Laborer is Worthy of his Hire
Medicine and Science
James A. Logwood
Speak and Do
Mary C. Billings with contributions from Geo. R. Lowe
with contributions from F. H. Coit, Charles Beard, Frank A. Walker, Osborn, Oliver E. Branch, John F. Montignam
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Practical Trust in God
E. H. M.
The Golden Mean
"Am I my Brother's Keeper?"
F. B. HOMANS.
Among the Churches
with contributions from A. M. Vallert
My last dose of material medicine was taken July 10,...
Hallie Norvell Hard
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase
with contributions from Dale, Spurgeon, Frederick L. Hosmer, J. W. Chadwick, J. R. Millier, Joseph Parker