It is strange that any one, knowing whereof he speaks,...

Herts Advertiser and St. Albans Times

It is strange that any one, knowing whereof he speaks, should link Christian Science with Russellism, Spiritism, or Swedenborgianism, as does a critic in his letter published in a recent issue of your paper. Christian Science is but a return to primitive Christianity, as taught and practiced by Christ Jesus and his disciples, with "signs following." Its aim is so to enable us to understand the laws of Life, Truth, and divine Love, as revealed by Christ Jesus, that his full commands may be obeyed: "Preach the gospel," "Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, raise the dead, cast out devils;" "And these signs shall follow them that believe." Had our critic, through studying the Bible in the light of Christian Science, felt the healing power of Truth in his own life and thought, he would no longer include it in his list of latter-day gospels. Jesus said, "By their fruits ye shall know them."

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