Christian Science and Health

To the Editor of the Morning Post.

Sir:—There are perhaps few things more difficult than the attempt to express a new truth in language which shall not be open to misrepresentation. It means the rejection of accepted dogmas, the use of unfamiliar expressions, and of a terminology more exact than need otherwise be employed. The human mind, which is inherently indolent, revolts from this. It regards new ideas with suspicion, and precision with positive animosity. It would be easy to elaborate this contention, but a single illustration must suffice, especially as it happens to be peculiarly apposite to the subject of this letter.

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