In his manifest attempt to discredit Christian Science,...

Denver (Col.) Republican

In his manifest attempt to discredit Christian Science, our critic takes the position that the body is beyond the control of God, and cannot be healed by appeal to Him. By taking this position he of course flatly denies the healings accomplished by Jesus, the prophets and apostles, and in fact repudiates the Bible and its teachings. His position is purely materialistic, and can be defended only on the assumption that matter, materiality, is more powerful than God. Since, however, physical scientists do not agree what matter is, and some of them even doubt its existence, the hypothetical character of this critic's assumption is more clearly apparent. His implication that man is purely physical is not upheld by leading thinkers, and, despite his assertion to the contrary, Christian Science has proved to the satisfaction of many thousands that the power of God is available here and now for the relief of man from sickness.

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