Christian Science does not say to sufferers that they have...

Montgomery (Ala.) Times

Christian Science does not say to sufferers that they have no bodily ailments. It does not look upon these phenomena as merely figments of the imagination, but as solid conviction based on erroneous beliefs and practices. In this condition the feeble human sense needs help to flee from these abnormalities and seek safety elsewhere. Is the arm of God, the infinite intelligence, shortened that it cannot save from all error and restore one to his normal condition?

I desire to say that the mere fact of the death experience coming to believers in Christian Science does not disprove its efficacy as a remedial means nor its truth as a religion. "The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death," says Paul in his epistle to the Corinthians. Then the preceding enemies must be destroyed first. We assuredly need the moral healing and the physical healing which will bring the new and true man to light, and in which we shall find that the body is transformed by the renewing of the mind. We have good reason to hope that both wilful error and unconscious error can be eliminated by the light of Truth, and their effects ultimately destroyed.

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