In spite of the hard knocks that Christian Science has...

Trenton (N. J.) Gazette

In spite of the hard knocks that Christian Science has been given right and left, it has continued to grow until now it must be reckoned as one of the great moral forces of the country. In 1876 Christian Science had only seven advocates; now it has a following numbering many thousands and is going ahead at a pace that holds the attention of the world.—Trenton (N. J.) Gazette.

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