Like all other religions and philosophies, Christian Science...

Mt. Pleasant (Ia.) Free Press

Like all other religions and philosophies, Christian Science will have to endure the searchlight of reasonable investigation, and stand or fall in the estimation of rightthinking people on the only basis recognized as practical; viz., achieved results. Results speak for themselves, and on this basis Christian Scientists are very willing to be judged. Results in the overcoming of sin and disease, in the uplifting of humanity, in the amelioration of discordant conditions wherever its beneficent teachings have been introduced. Against such testimony as this, ridicule falls harmless, its shafts diverted by the impregnable armor of conscious integrity which constitutes the safeguard of Christian Science.

JOHN L. RENDALL.Mt. Pleasant (Ia.) Free Press.

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