It may be said without fear of contradiction that no...

Buffalo (N. Y.) Express

It may be said without fear of contradiction that no religion accepts more fully the teachings of Christ Jesus than does Christian Science; and it not only accepts his precepts, but it puts them into actual practice; that is to say, it proves his words by its healing works. It demonstrates the principle which actuated his every thought and deed. It accepts him as the Way-shower to that salvation which reveals eternal life. "This is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent."

That Christ Jesus pointed the way to this knowledge of the Father and demonstrated the allness of God more completely than could any man of less spiritual origin, every Christian Scientist firmly believes. And very far from the worshiping of theories, as our critic charges, is that understanding of Principle which enables the followers of Jesus to emulate his example in healing every phase of sin, sickness, and misery. Rather does it seem to relate pretty closely to the origin of being, the reality of the universe, which is divine Principle, when such results follow. Mrs. Eddy says (Science and Health, p. 25 ): "Jesus taught the way of Life by demonstration, that we may understand how this divine Principle heals the sick, casts out error, and triumphs over death."

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