A Declaration of Rights

Reading (Pa.) Telegram

Mr. Editor.

In considering the rights and practices of the Christian Scientist, it should be borne in mind at all times that the believer in this teaching has had, as a rule, abundant experience with medicine, and it is this experience which prompts him to prefer Christian Science. He makes his choice through no sense of religious fanaticism, but because in his judgment Christian Science gives better results than medicine.

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