The remarks of the reverend gentleman at Yatton, on the...

Bristol (England) Times

The remarks of the reverend gentleman at Yatton, on the subject of Christian Science, are instinct with that vague general denunciation of Christian Science of which the country, I venture to think, is growing a little weary.

It is so much easier, from the summit of the smallest critical molehill, to hurl about charges of heresy and falsehood than it is from the level of every-day life to endeavor to give practical expression to the demands Jesus made on believers to do the works he did, that the world is beginning to comprehend the distinction between faith without works and faith by works.

February 8, 1908
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