A critic makes the very common mistake of confusing...

Omaha (Neb.) Bee

A critic makes the very common mistake of confusing Christian Science with Christian Scientists. While we have no apology to make for the outward showing which has been made by those who have publicly acknowledged their faith in Christian Science, yet it will be at once conceded that no one could stand sponsor for all the acts of omission or commission of every one claiming to be a Christian Scientist. Christian Science never fails, but its adherents are sometimes quite human, and it would be manifestly unfair to let the failure of one individual upset our settled convictions.

The assertion that some persons are in their graves because they relied upon Christian Science and refused to seek "other aid," assumes the "other aid" to be an exact science, and materially, there is no such thing. The medical fraternity do the best they can, but they do not guarantee results, and the more learned they are in the profession, the less dogmatic is their assertion. Christian Science is in existence to-day because "other aid" has not met the needs of humanity.

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