Christian Science is referred to in a reprint from a medical...

Scranton (Pa.) Times

Christian Science is referred to in a reprint from a medical journal in a way that shows a woeful lack of intelligence on the subject on the part of the author. He assumes that Christian Science practice consists in applying "the power of a stronger mind over a weaker one" to make the patient believe that he is cured.

Christian Scientists do nothing of the sort. Instead they find it necessary to eliminate will power, self-will, suggestion, etc., as being part of the carnal mind at enmity with God, in order to do true healing. "It is as necessary," says Mrs. Eddy (Science and Health, p. 297), "for a health-illusion, as for an illusion of sickness, to be instructed out of itself into the understanding of what constitutes health ... Erroneous belief is destroyed by truth."

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.

Submit