With the passing of Mary Baker Eddy the world loses...

Pomona (Cal.) Morning Times

With the passing of Mary Baker Eddy the world loses one of its most prominent and famous women. It is safe to say that no individual, with the possible exception of General Booth, has so touched and influenced the current of religious thought since the death of Wesley and Luther. It makes no difference what men think of Mrs. Eddy's teachings, whether they accept them as a revelation of the truth or whether they reject their claims for recognition, all must admit that hers was a remarkable character and individuality.

We believe it is safe to prediet that the great movement which had its inception in her remarkable personality will continue to advance in days to come as it has in the past. Whether men believe and accept the teachings of Christian Science, is a matter for each individual to decide. Association with those who subscribe to the teachings of Christian Science will, we believe, lead a candid and unprejudiced observer to realize that its influence on their lives is for good. A careful scrutiny of the life, work, and conversation of the representative members of the cultreveals them to be among the best of our moral, intellectual, and law-abiding citizens.

December 31, 1910
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