"The inference that the teaching of..."

Birkenhead & Cheshire Advertiser & Wallasey Guardian

The inference that the teaching of Christian Science is not in accordance with the teaching of Christ Jesus is proved erroneous when facts are taken into consideration. A statement of truth is capable of demonstration; and Jesus’ works included the healing of sin and disease. Because the teachings of Christian Science, when correctly applied, result in the elimination from human experience of all manner of disease and sin, the requisite proof is thereby given that Christian Science is in strict accord with Jesus’ teaching; that it is, in fact, the exposition of the divine Principle which was operative in all his works. In “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy, on page 583, “Church” is defined in part as “the structure of Truth and Love,” and Christian Scientists understand that this structure is spiritual, and that this Church of Christ is manifested in the degree in which the qualities of truth and love are evidenced in the lives of men. The foregoing indicates that there is no similarity between Christian Science and Russellism, new-thought, spiritism, and such like.

January 24, 1925
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