Does it not appear to be contrary to the fundamental...

Lebanon Church Herald

Does it not appear to be contrary to the fundamental principles of Christianity when one or more denominations support and in some cases use their own sacred edifices toward forwarding a movement devoted to "knocking" another religion? No matter how much truth there might be in the so-called "exposure" of Christian Science, the fact is evident that Christian Science has done much good and is growing in spite of unchristianlike attacks. There is good in every religious movement, and that organization will soon die which is not founded on principles that contain truth. If Christ appeared upon earth today, it is possible that he would be received by the Scientists as soon as by any other church. And what would he think of the policy now being carried out by one professed Christian denomination against another?

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