"Our Debt to Christian Science."

The Westminster

IN last week's issue we printed this article, a grand communication from Rev. F. N. Riale, of Chicago, which recently appeared in The Westminster. The Concord Monitor reprints this communication, together with its introductory comment by the editor of The Westminster. This editorial comment reads:

[From The Westminster, Philadelphia, Pa.]

"[Our circle widens. A Chicago friend comes 'away down East' to confess himself in debt. We let him tell his story. In a little personal word to us, he says he will have an interpretation of his facts by and by. We are glad. If anything in this old world needs interpretation it is the facts of Christian Science. The greatest fact is Mrs. Eddy's book. But no one can interpret that. It is interpretable. It is like Sau Abrah's garments. 'Just the same on one side as on the other' —just the same interpreted as not interpreted ; nonsense either way.—Editor.]"

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"Nearer to thee."
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