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Nothing could be farther from the fact than that the...
Nothing could be farther from the fact than that the healing in Christian Science resembles any of the phases of belief in faith-cure or the efficacy of incantations. Christian Science claims no supernatural authority or action; its results are due to the operation of simple and natural law. It is not "mind over matter" in the ordinary sense, but it is good over evil in the broadest and most comprehensive and effective sense. Like mathematics, it cannot be learned by reading a book, nor can its precepts or rules be understood by any who refuse to try to put them into practice. Necessarily, then, it cannot be disproved by a mere theorizer. Its critics always shoot wide of the mark because they aim not at actual Christian Science, but at their own mistaken conception of it; and their criticism appeals to those only who, like themselves, have not given it a trial.
If our friend has really persuaded himself to believe Christian Science teaches that mortals do not sin, suffer, and die; that there is no incarnation, no Holy Spirit, and that Christianity is a failure, he is warranted in assuming the Bible and Christian Science to be irreconcilable. In view, however, of the well-established fact that Christian Scientists are dili gent Bible students and that there is more reading from the Bible in Christian Science church services than in those of his own or any other denomination, it is a fair presumption that either his facts or his logic are faulty. Christian Scientists will be especially surprised to learn that they have been denying "the healing power of the gospel," for if there be one thing above all else they have supposed they were affirming and demonstrating, it is that.
LOUISE KNIGHT WHEATLEY
Remedy for Ghosts
MARTHA BURR BANKS
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ELIZABETH EARL JONES
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Annie M. Knott
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John B. Willis
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John V. Dittemore
with contributions from Arthur E. Miller, Emerson W. Baker, John F. Manning, R. A. Liverett
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Mary Johnson Cheesman with contributions from Editor
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J. Francis Stroup
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Mary Elizabeth Gordon
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EVELYN SYLVESTER KNOWLES
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with contributions from W. E. Orchard, Charles Stelzle