The healing work of Christian Science is not contingent...

Dubuque (Ia.) Telegraph-Herald

The healing work of Christian Science is not contingent upon the operation of what is ordinarily termed "mind force." It contains no elements of "mysticism," as one writer-claims; it has no connection with suggestion, but on the contrary is a manifestation of the intelligent activity of the one infinite Mind, good.

By a process of reasoning which is difficult to reconcile with established facts, it is supposed by the advocates of certain movements that a coalition of two systems, either of which used independently has been found inadequate and insufficient to overcome or destroy the ills of an individual, will produce a system which becomes more nearly adequate and sufficient.

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AMONG THE CHURCHES
June 26, 1909
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