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[William T. Ellis in Minneapolis (Minn.) Tribune]

One other phase of Britain's war time religious development, apart from the conventional life of the churches, is the extension of Christian Science. ... That it should grow luxuriantly in the stony soil of British conservatism is a surprise to an investigator. Yet there are in London today eight Christian Science churches, and their development reveals all the signs of healthy progress found in the same body in America.

Christian Science has not made an especial war appeal. It has not stressed the question of the dead; instead, it has offered a haven to the spiritually unsatisfied. The general religious unrest has contributed to the development of the new Christian Science organizations.

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September 21, 1918

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