In your issue of the 4th appears an account of the meeting...

Los Angeles (Cal.) Herald

In your issue of the 4th appears an account of the meeting of Methodist ministers, at which one of the pastors, Rev. Mr. Bruce, made a number of remarks which were misleading, and which therefore need correction. Mr. Bruce stated that when person became interested in Christian Science they seemed to lose all their common sense and were beyond the reach of spiritual teaching. It is unfortunate that a minister of the gospel, who should stand for tolerance and broad-mindedness, should make remarks of this kind, which are clearly the result of unfamiliarity with the subject of Christian Science.

That which attracts mankind to Christian Science is its high degree of spirituality and its common-sense practicability in the every-day affairs of life. Christian Science offers to the diseased and sinful mortal that which he has been unable to find elsewhere, i.e., health and spirituality, and give him a religion which can be used in a practical way every hour of the day, and furthermore which must be used if he is to remain a Christian Scientist.

Christian Science is the essential religion of Jesus Christ, and is affording proof of the correctness of its teachings in fulfilling the proof established by the Master, "And these signs shall follow them that believe."

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