Christian Science, as a form of religious belief, stands...

Sandusky (O.) Journal

Christian Science, as a form of religious belief, stands in exactly the same attitude toward the public as does any other religious body. It has its basic Principle of belief, and upon that Principle it has reared its own structure of doctrine and practice. It makes known its Principle and its doctrine to all who will listen, and it welcomes to its fold all who are willing to adopt its beliefs. Its object is to do good in the world, and it seeks the co-operation of all who can consistently and conscientiously work with it in the accomplishment of that result. This is true of every other creed and denomination in Christendom. In its own way, and to those who have accepted its doctrines, Christian Science has done much good. Whether more or less than other equally sincere and equally energetic organizations, is not important at this time. It is sufficient that it has filled its niche in the religious world, that it has done its work faithfully and to the best of its ability, that it has been tolerant and kind to other religious bodies, and that it has not sought to force its belief into unwilling minds and hearts.

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