Our critic finds fault with the definition of God as given...

El Paso (Tex.) Herald

Our critic finds fault with the definition of God as given in the Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." He declares that "Christian Science dethrones the God of the Bible and defines God as divine Principle, supreme incorporeal Being, Mind, Spirit, Soul, Truth." I ask, Would the reverend gentleman be willing to assume the risk of declaring that God is not what any one of these statements of Deity declares, but its opposite? And, if God is infinite Mind, can it be held that He is oblivious to any real fact? Can God forget or be unconscious of His own existence?

James D. Sherwood.El Paso (Tex.) Herald.

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