The clarified judgment of history will be that the world...

Quincy (Ill.) Herald

The clarified judgment of history will be that the world has been made better and purer by the ministrations and example of the sweet-faced woman who was the Founder of the Christian Science church. Those who scoff at some of her tenets must admit that her teachings and writings have made for higher and better living—for clean manhood and womanhood and for a better moral, mental, and physical status of humanity. She has been much misunderstood, sometimes maligned, but was always kindly, patient, and pure. Those who refuse to accept her doctrines cannot but admit the beauty and stateliness of the language in which they are clothed. Purely for the wholesome serenity of its diction, and the immaculate virtue of its thought, her life-work, Science and Health, will have an eternal place in English literature.

January 21, 1911
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