"The things that be Caesar's"

IT seems necessary, even at the risk of wearying some of our readers, to repeat what has been said in an earlier issue relative to the exploitation of business enterprises in the guise of demonstrations of Christian Science, and the attempts which have been made to secure the financial cooperation of our people in such undertakings.

We copy the following from the Sentinel of February 12, 1903:—

"Some of the practitioners whose cards appear in the Journal complain that they frequently receive letters and circulars soliciting them to purchase merchandise, subscribe for the stock of newly organized corporations, embark in real estate speculations, and in various ways engage in business enterprises of which they have no information other than that the authors of the letters and circulars claim to be Christian Scientists.

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"Confess your sins"
September 16, 1905

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