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[The Yorkshire (England) Observer Budget]

Preaching at a midday service at Holy Trinity Church, Leeds, on "Spiritual Healing," the Rev. Harold Anson remarked that we had always been familiar with the fact that there was a great influence of the mind over the body, and in all sorts of ways we were constantly aware of it. ... Was it not rather a disgrace to the church which preached the gospel of Jesus Christ that they should not be able to show people that the same results now followed the preaching of the gospel that followed when Christ was on earth? In our own day, he was thankful to say, that reproof was being in some measure taken away from the church. There had never been a time when healing by spiritual means had altogether died out of the church, but it was only in our day that it had been revived in a great measure. Whatever differences they might have from Christian Scientists, however much they might feel that Christian Scientists were mistaken in some parts of their theology, and whatever practical mistakes they might, and he thought did, make, they must always be thankful to Christian Scientists for what they had done toward the recognition of the play of spiritual forces in healing.

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