A Phase of the Publication Committee's Work

The following extract from a letter by Mr. Albert E. Miller of Philadelphia, recently published in the Telegraph of that city, is an example of the work our Publication Committee is compelled to do in order to correct a certain class of misstatements which, if allowed to go uncontradicted, are likely to lead to an entirely erroneous concept of Christian Science, and to create or foster a prejudice against its teachings. Mr. Miller writes as follows:—

"To the Editor of The Evening Telegraph:

"In The Evening Telegraph of March 8 appears a news item with the heading, 'Goes Insane over Christian Science.' ...

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