We are inclined to believe that the critic failed to appreciate...

Terre Haute (Ind.) Star

We are inclined to believe that the critic failed to appreciate the essential discrimination made by our Saviour in referring to his dual personality between the Christ, the Son of God, and the man Jesus, or the human, corporeal sense of God's man. This necessary distinction is made by Christendom generally, and should not have been overlooked by our critic.

Our critic takes exception to the Christian Science contention that God is all, and that matter has no real existence. He should read carefully the first chapter of Genesis and John's account of creation in the first chapter of his gospel. He can find therein no trace of matter or of anything unlike God. So far as cyclones, floods, fires, earthquakes, etc., are concerned, suffice it to recall that the ancient prophet failed to find God in any of these, but rather recognized the divine presence in the "still small voice" that brought peace to his troubled soul.

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