It is patent to any earnest student of the fundamental...

Manchester (Eng.) Chronicle

It is patent to any earnest student of the fundamental truths of Christian Science that our clerical critic has not even a rudimentary understanding of its meaning, that his denunciations are founded upon a material basis, that he argues and declaims from a material standpoint alone, that he recognizes only the material body of Jesus. He is blind to the birthless and deathless beauty and power of the spiritual Christ.

Out of a jumble of misinterpretation and misstatement he quotes the text-book of Christian Science correctly in one particular; it does deny that death had power over the Christ. It denies the reality of all death, save the death of trespass and sin. Will it help the world, to offer it death, to believe in death, while the people are sickening and sinning and perishing in hopeless misery? Will it help the world, to offer it a Christ at the right hand of God, to come again in some far-away future time, while the whole world is groaning in tribulation now?

November 20, 1909
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