In a somewhat extended article signed "Hippocrates," the...


In a somewhat extended article signed "Hippocrates," the author states: "After a quarter of a century of earnest inquiry and following up rumors and reports, I have never been able to discover a solitary instance of a Christian Science cure that could not be traced to mental suggestion."

At the outset it would seem that the mistake made by "Hippocrates" was in following up "rumors," when the most tangible, direct evidence is offered him at every Wednesday evening meeting of all Christian Science churches. He can find scores of cases of men and women of the highest repute who publicly testify to having been healed of tuberculosis, cancer, stomach trouble, and in fact of almost all the ills that beset humanity. Nearly all of these cases came to Christian Science after exhausting all known medical treatment. The persons themselves are there testifying to their condition and giving Christian Science the credit of healing them. It is not rumor, but a living presentation of past illness and long continued and present health.

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