We note in your recent issue a reprint from the Paris Mercury...


We note in your recent issue a reprint from the Paris Mercury which makes an allusion to "Sister Eddy," evidently referring to Mary Baker Eddy. In view of the general subject of the Paris Mercury article, which has nothing whatever to do with the world-wide Christian Science movement founded by Mrs. Eddy, the flippant mention of her name and the comparison made by the Paris editor shockingly disregard the reverent sense of a great body of earnest Christian people. Mrs. Eddy's history is well known. Her life was one of purity, rectitude, and consecrated devotion to Christian living and teaching. The grateful beneficiaries of her life-work are to be found all over the globe in continually increasing numbers. Their reverence for her name should not be disrespected by any publisher. We kindly request, therefore, that you print this statement.

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December 11, 1926

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