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The gentleman declares, "To this superstition countless...
The gentleman declares, "To this superstition countless deaths and untold suffering are already to be charged, because it prevented the early resort to modern scientific treatment." In reply it may be said that only a comparatively small number of persons have died under Christian Science treatment, and most of those who have met with such an experience had already exhausted their hope in material remedies. If medical practice has failed to cure the diseases of such persons in their incipiency, Christian Scientists should not be blamed for failing to destroy them in their more advanced and formidable stages. If we should employ our critic's logic, we might declare that those who depend upon medical treatment are "misguided" though "estimable people," and that to medical practice "countless deaths and untold suffering are already to be charged," for thousands die daily who have medical treatment exclusively from the incipiency of their trouble to the day of their death. In order to estimate the amount of good and the comparative failure of Christian Science practice, its healings as well as its failures must be taken into consideration. There are thousands of troubles which are destroyed in their incipiency by Christian Science treatment which possibly would have developed into more serious disorders and perhaps even death under medical treatment.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND CULTURE
REV. ARTHUR REEVES VOSBURGH.
HOW TO TRAIN OUR THOUGHTS
C. W. JENNINGS.
THE RECENT CONVERT
CASSIUS M. LOOMIS.
MARIE HEDDERWICK BROWNE.
If all thinkers were to accept the dictum of Miss Reed,...
In every step Christ Jesus took he counseled with the...
Rev. H. G. Greensmith
"By their fruits ye shall know them" is a saying which...
Ida T. Hodnett
No Christian Scientist with any knowledge of the subject...
J. V. Dittemore
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
A WELCOME ACKNOWLEDGMENT
John B. Willis
"THE MYSTERIES OF THE KINGDOM OF GOD."
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Frederick Dixon, John B. Stanton, Dorothea Lowe, E. Margaret Chick, Bird Stewart Scotland, Gertrude Beasley Morris, Mary Brookins
with contributions from F. A. Line, John D. Works, Charles Grilk
Although I had been a church member for forty years,...
Christiana V. Turner
It is just a little over two years since I began the study...
John Stuart Findlay, Jr.
I would like to tell what Christian Science has done for...
Edward B. Jewell
Christian Science has been of so much help to me during...
I became interested in Christian Science about two years...
Maude E. Skinner
In giving my testimony I must be numbered among...
Lora Young Olney
Thinking it may help or encourage some other seeker...
Della H. Gardner
VISION AND EXPERIENCE
REV. MARTIN SINDELL.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from W. B. Selbie, William E. Barton, George A. Gordon, John Clifford