The Folly of Unjust Judgment

THE advance of the cause of Christian Science has disclosed a human capacity for hasty judgment and unintelligent criticism upon the part of many men of place and distinction, which is equally surprising and unfortunate, and a collection of the distorted and untrue statements which have been made respecting this Cause and its Leader in religious periodicals and other publications of conventional good standing, would surely bring a sense of humiliation to every noble-minded man.

A fair sample of this unworthy criticism, appears in the columns of an evangelical paper before us, in which a gentleman whose "Ph.D." ought to stand for scholarship and fair-mindedness, asserts that,—

"Christian Science declares that the whole objective world is a subjective product and nothing more, and that the mind can change its feelings and its sensations, and consequently the whole objective world, by changing its thoughts about them."

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Letter to our Leader
September 5, 1903

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