In your issue of Dec. 28, under the caption "Matter,...

Omaha (Neb.) Daily World Herald

In your issue of Dec. 28, under the caption "Matter, Spirit, or Both," is published a communication from Rev. John Williams, inquiring whether the teachings of Christian Science are "the idealism of Berkeley, or the pantheism of Spinoza—if neither, what?" The following definition of Christian Science is given in Webster's Universal dictionary:—

"The religion discovered and founded by Mary Baker G. Eddy; it teaches that God, the infinite person, is Spirit, Mind, and Love; that creation is therefore spiritual; that matter is a false material concept of the spiritual universe—... that man being spiritual, the perfect likeness of God, cannot be, and is never sick. It also teaches that these arguments of truth understood and practised demand the abandonment of sin, and destroy sickness."

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