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Fighting Christian Science
The Morning Telegraph
From New York comes the statement that four churches of the upper west side have organized to combat Christian Science. It is immaterial what the denominations of the churches are, for the crusade is simply a matter of local sentiment, and does not affect other organizations of the same kind elsewhere, except so far as they approve the plan.
A person does not have to be a Christian Scientist to feel that if the combined endeavors of the four churches in question were used toward carrying out the kind of work for which churches were established, they would be in much better business.
If Christian Science is the fraud that its opponents claim it to be, there need not be any loss of sleep over its growth, for any movement that is not founded on something of a substantial character will be carried down by its own weight ultimately. On the other hand, if the movement is all that its friends claim for it, opposition, instead of defeating it, will simply bring it more rapidly into prominence.
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