It would be difficult to find words to express more fittingly...

Manchester (Eng.) Dispatch

It would be difficult to find words to express more fittingly the exact opposite of the teaching of Christian Science than those employed by Dr. Paget in his attack at the Church Congress. That Christian Science heals the sick and reforms the sinner is beyond all question, and in order to account for these results Dr. Paget is driven to suggest that they are the works of the devil. In the course of his address, however, he catalogues a list of benefits which he admits Christian Science has conferred upon its followers, and which, it is fair to presume, any society having for its object the amelioration of human woe would rejoice to be able to trace to its influence.

The message of hope which Christian Science brings to mankind is not to be set aside nor impeded by impassioned utterances of this kind, and it would be well at this juncture to bear in mind the advice of Gamaliel: "If this counsel or this work be of men, it will come to nought: but if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow it."

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