In a recent issue a writer, referring to a certain so-called...

Brooklyn (N. Y.) Eagle

In a recent issue a writer, referring to a certain so-called evangelist, states that "he cannot be ignored as a Christian Scientist ignores pain." The statement displays such a woeful lack of understanding of the teachings of Christian Science that I should like to correct it.

The Bible tells us that "God is love." It also tells us that "all things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made." The logic is very clear. If God is good, and if God made all, the conclusion is inevitable that evil—sin, disease, and death—has no divine authority and was never created. It is therefore a supposition, an illusion, a lie, which the truth dispels. The logic of Christian Science is irrefutable. It explains matter and evil—sin, disease, and death included—by explaining them away, and substitutes in their stead the glorious reality of God's allness. Christian Science is in strict accord with the teachings of Christ Jesus, who, healing sin and disease by one and the same process, said, "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."

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