I am sure it has not escaped your readers' observation...

Orange (Calif.) News

I am sure it has not escaped your readers' observation that the revivalist, reported in your columns as characterizing Christian Science a "nothing," very significantly ignores evidence which effectually disproves his assertion; namely, the fruits or works of this Science. For Christian Science brings forth a very tangible "something"—health, supply, happiness, all good—and his disregard for this generally accepted fact repudiates Christendom's only authority,—the Bible, with its standard established by Christ Jesus, "Ye shall know them by their fruits."

This contradiction of his professed acceptance of the Bible places him in another awkward position when the correct teachings of Christian Science are found to be sustained by the Scriptures. For example, in referring to the Adam-man he reads, "Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return," and again, "He fleeth also as a shadow, and continueth not." Here, a so-called material man is not only reduced to dust, a symbol of nothingness, but is also dispossessed of that doubtful entity and classified as a shadow, without any continuance whatsoever.

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