In a recent issue of your paper a correspondent made an...

Pensacola (Fla.) News

In a recent issue of your paper a correspondent made an uncalled-for and undignified remark about Christian Science. That the readers of your valuable paper may know what some of the clergymen of the world have to say about Christian Science I am asking space to quote briefly from a few of them.

In an address given by the Bishop of Kensington at a conference of the clergy, Kensington, England, the bishop said: "Why do not we heal the sick in Christ's name as did the early church? It is to find an answer to that question that I ventured to suggest this conference to-day. And in my invitation I drew your attention to the challenge which the action of that body of Christians called Christian Scientists makes. It is to me indisputable that they do heal the sick in both body and mind. That notable miracles have been wrought by them we cannot deny."

Rev. David Graham of Perthshire, Scotland, in an article in the Perthshire Advertiser, entitled, "Religion as a Mood," said: "The creed of Christian Science might, with profit, be adopted by all the churches as their working, living belief."

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