The seeds of Christian Science, sown in the stoniest of...

Cleveland (O.) Leader

The seeds of Christian Science, sown in the stoniest of places in the [English] metropolis, have fructified and invaded the aristocratic West End. The religious skepticism often associated with the wealthy classes has been overcome by the creed set forth by Mrs. Eddy, and it is among the leaders of society that this faith has made its most substantial progress on this side of the Atlantic. Society has taken to Christian Science, not because of the arguments launched in its favor but because it has seen with its own eyes the cure of people actually known to it, by the efficacy of faith and prayer.

Moreover, there are those in perfect health who, hearing of cure after cure, have been so astounded that they have flocked to the Wednesday evening public services in the Portman rooms, or Aeolian Hall, and seen for themselves. As a result, they have enrolled themselves.

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