You report a sermon by a clergyman, which he called...

Omaha (Neb.) World-Herald

You report a sermon by a clergyman, which he called "Death in the Christian Science Pot." He stated the basis of his accusation as follows: "Many followers of Christian Science do not know, and when told can scarcely believe, that Christian Science teaches such a deadly and fatal doctrine as denying the deity of Jesus Christ." This assertion that the followers of Christian Science do not know that it contradicts the belief in the deity of Jesus Christ is a mistake announced by this critic years ago. He admits that it was authoritatively pointed out to him then that Christian Science teaching on this subject is plain. With greatest directness its textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," on page 361 states: "Jesus Christ is not God, as Jesus himself declared, but is the Son of God."

Long before Christian Science was discovered by Mary Baker Eddy, several Christian sects were emphatically denying that the theory of the deity of Jesus Christ is consistent Bible doctrine. The history of this denial makes clear that it is not peculiar to Christian Science, and that to call it "poison" is to assail the position of eminent churchmen now at least considered orthodox.

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