I have read with interest the correspondence between...

Tunbridge Wells (England) Advertiser

I have read with interest the correspondence between Major Liebenrood and my assistant, Mr. Primrose, on the subject of Christian Science. In a recent issue I have also read a criticism of the same subject by "Plain Tommy."

From a close study of Major Liebenrood's letters, it certainly is quite evident that he has not been criticizing Christian Science as understood by those in a position to demonstrate it. He has merely attacked what he imagines it to be. Christian Science is primitive Christianity, unadulterated by scholastic theology, and is being discerned by those who have eyes to see, inasmuch as it is fulfilling the requirements of the Christianity of Jesus, as shown by the "signs" which he promised would follow an understanding of what he taught. Christian Science is restoring to mankind the spiritual understanding of the word of God, which rendered it available for the destruction of sin, disease, and death throughout the Scriptural period.

February 14, 1920
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