That a certain minister should attempt to influence people...

Sunday Chronicle

That a certain minister should attempt to influence people into believing that Christian Science is what it is not, by stating that his sermon is drawn from "careful, conscientious, scholarly analysis of the subject," when his statements show clearly that he has in no sense mastered the subject, is wrong even from the standpoint of fair play. He charges that Christian Science is a "fearful peril" and an evil. The Christian Science movement to-day has assumed such large proportions, and so many hundreds of thousands of persons have been healed mentally, morally, and physically through its ministrations, that it is rather late in the day for any one to say that it is a "fearful peril."

The editor of the Ridgefield Park Bulletin, Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, on September 28, 1923, said: "In reply to a lengthy criticism concerning the danger of the growth of Christian Science, I not only fail to see any reason for undue alarm, but confess to ample justification for its wonderful progress in the fact that it has strongly impressed upon its members a most remarkable serenity of mind. Its members display a most tolerant spirit toward others, even under the most trying circumstances."

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