In the controversy between the Oregonian and the rector...

Eugene (Ore.) Morning Register

In the controversy between the Oregonian and the rector of Trinity church, Christian Science has suffered nothing and has gained much. If the otherwise able clergyman has not been sorry he said anything it is because he fails to see himself as "ithers" see him. Indeed, before the Oregonian entered the field on the side of Mrs. Eddy, it was made perfectly plain to all but the blind that "people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones." In justice to Mrs. Eddy, whether or not the church she has founded is the ultimate word in religion, it is but fair to judge her work and teachings by results, and these are not to be denied. They are too apparent in the increased happiness, freedom from the bondage of fear and from all manner of petty worries and harassing ills. Joy is the keynote of Mrs. Eddy's teachings.—Editorial in Eugene (Ore.) Morning Register.

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