Our critic openly admits Christian Science cures in some...

Racine (Wis.) Times

Our critic openly admits Christian Science cures in some cases. Now if he knows just one case of sickness, sin, woe, or sorrow that Christian Science has healed, what object has he in reverting the thought of this one beneficiary who firmly believes that God heals now as in olden times? Can it be that our critic wants to blanket the sayings and promises of Jesus, and keep them from the sick and sinning by preaching only about the failures and not giving due credit for the cures?

Even if a person should die under Christian Science treatment, there could be no just cause for complaint, provided the person was amply cared for from a Christian Science point of view, since according to statistics fifty millions of people die on the globe every year, mostly under medical treatment. In view of such an appalling record there are no grounds upon which to assert that any given death without medical treatment might have been avoided under medical treatment. To the patient there would be quite a difference between demonstration (manifestation) and inference (that which is inferred).

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