The writer fully agrees with the Rev. Mr. Black, when...

Brooklyn (N. Y.) Eagle

The writer fully agrees with the Rev. Mr. Black, when he says, "There shall be no sign given to curiosity mongers; there can be no sign given to those who imagine that the spiritual can be proved by the material, to be convinced of the spiritual by sound impressions of the senses is impossible," etc. On the other hand, when physical healing is the result of a purified, uplifted, and cultivated spiritual consciousness, I cannot believe that he would deny that this is the sign of Immanuel, "God with us."

That Christian Science is healing the sick in accordance with Christ's promises, and redeeming thousands from the bondage of sin, is a fact impossible to disprove.

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