Whenever human aspiration is externalized in some achievement far beyond all previous accomplishment in that line, again is the divine dictum heard, "I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it.
As the student of Christian Science becomes more receptive to Truth and awakens to the consciousness of the universe of right ideas, much in our revered Leader's writings which had perhaps seemed of little consequence before is found to contain that which is of great import and necessary to our cause.
From the tone of a recent editorial it would appear that its writer is at a loss to understand how a Christian Scientist is able to hold fast to the faith or understanding that is in him, even to the point of facing the "last enemy.
In reporting a recent meeting of the Young Men's Literary Club, the Tribune said that a doctor who was resent made some startling statements regarding the physical condition of pupils in the Cheyenne schools and followed them up by saying that the "condition could be reduced to a minimum by a proper policy of medical inspection and treatment, beginning in the early grades.
In a recent number of "Health Talks" I included a letter from a girl who claimed to be in need of a surgical operation but who alleged that she was being prevented by her father from having the operation because he was a Christian Scientist.
Notwithstanding the statement of the critic quoted in your column, Christian Science does not in any sense deny "the authority of Jesus Christ," as even a cursory examination of its literature would readily disclose.