In his address on "God's Image in Man," at the United...

Fresno (Cal.) Tribune

In his address on "God's Image in Man," at the United Workmen Hall [Oct. 6] Charles J. Anderson, the Liberal orator, gave expression to some very pointed opinions concerning vital religious and ethical problems. ...

Referring to Christian Science, the speaker said, "Christian Science is the most vital force in present-day religion. It is more Christlike than orthodoxy. Its spirit is more in keeping with the mind and heart of Jesus than any and all branches of Evangelical Christianity. ... Ministers of the gospel. practise what you preach. Be kind and charitable. Offer your congregations something equally as good as Christian Science and your pews will have more occupants."

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December 14, 1907

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