THE PUBLIC DEBT TO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

All loyal citizens are interested in the preservation of public health, and none more so than Christian Scientists. Perhaps these are even more solicitous about such preservation than most people, because they so thoroughly understand the modus operandi of disease in propagating itself n unseen ways unless it be scientifically checked and destroyed.

Mrs. Eddy explains that "disease arises, like other mental conditions, from association" (Science and Health, p. 154). The cause, process, and propagation of all disease is mental, therefore the method of mastering it must also be mental. The recognition of this fact will presently dawn upon the minds of medical practitioners, as it has already dawned upon the minds of Christian Science practitioners. In the mean time, as Christian Scientists are at work, healing sin and sickness in themselves and others, they are thereby helping the members of the communities in which they live. The protective and preventive powers of Christian Science are not generally known to the public, but they are in operation, nevertheless, and cannot fail to be appreciated before long.

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