An English physician, at a recent medical conference, advises...

Marysville (Cal.) Appeal

An English physician, at a recent medical conference, advises his fellow practitioners to exercise a more tolerant spirit toward Christian Science, which "has come to stay," and may some day become "not only the universal religion but the universal healer,"—an extraordinary statement from an orthodox physician whose training has led him as far away from the principles upon which Christian Science is founded as atheism is remote from accepted orthodoxy.

That Christian Science will endure, no one who has observed its development will deny, though doubtless there are those who find it difficult to bring themselves to admit it, much less believe it. It is not essential that its numerical strength should amaze with its growth, since solidity is not necessarily expressed in numerals, though even in that respect it perhaps compares proportinately with any of the established denominations. Indeed, one of its most cherished safeguards is the care exercised in admission to membership, and one of its strictest injunctions the discouragement of proselyting.

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