Christian Scientists, in their endeavor to present the teachings of their religion in a way which will not too violently conflict with the views of those with whom they may be talking, are sometimes unconsciously under the temptation to color their statements or modify their practices to suit the previous concepts of their auditors. They are quite unaware that in so doing they are making a concession from the absolute line of Christian Science, a temptation they would do well to resist, even as Mrs.
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