There can, I think, be no doubt that the Rev. Mr.—'s...

Northern Weekly Leader

There can, I think, be no doubt that the Rev. Mr.—'s sermon on Christian Science has been of substantial benefit to the Christian Science movement. It has never been the habit of this movement to advertise itself, and it never will be, although the Dean of Westminster has lately announced that religious advertisement is a desirable thing, as it serves subconsciously as a reminder to human thought of the kingdom of God.

Advertisement by any system of mental suggestion seems tolerably irreligious to a Christian Scientist, for he knows perfectly well that the only measure in which men can be brought to understand the kingdom of God is in proportion as they walk in the footsteps of Jesus the Christ.The whole trend of the teaching of Christian Science is to make this plain, and inasmuch as this critic has followed a great many others in drawing the attention of the world to Christian Science, he had helped to give a good many people a chance to learn something about it, when otherwise they might have waited many years before it was brought so forcibly to their attention.

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