THE VITAL TRUTH OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Stroud (England) News

[Frederick Dixon in the Stroud (England) News.]

It is questionable whether there is anything to be gained by prolonging the discussion of Christian Science on the lines laid down by the writers of the letters which have appeared so far. These writers have have not, it now appears, any direct knowledge of the book of which they have constituted themselves critics. Their fulminations are the result of what they think Mr. O—— thinks Christian Scientists think. The situation involves the introduction of the topsyturvy method of Mr. G—— into criticism, and the results are strictly in accordance with it. May I be permitted then to leave Mr. O——'s three champions sharing his mantle, wielding his pen, and reciting his facts, in order to discuss something more vital than the possibility of torturing mutilated sentences, torn from a context which one has not read, into any meaning that may occur to him.

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