In your recent issue which has just come to hand, appears...


In your recent issue which has just come to hand, appears a review of Docent Briem's book, "Modern Religious Substitutes." Allow me to express my sincere thanks for this kind and impartial criticism; but I shall be especially thankful if you will allow me space in your esteemed paper for a word in defense of Christian Science, which is the subject under consideration in the last chapter of the above-named book. Since there is no occultism, superstition, or suggestion in Christian Science, it cannot properly be placed in the same category as these. It follows, therefore, that the chapter on Christian Science is not an analysis of this religion, but is merely an illustration of the action of the so-called human mind; whereas it is clearly set forth in all the writings of Mary Baker Eddy that the human mind is not a factor in the Principle of Christian Science. Christian Science is not a substitute for religion, it is religion; it is the Christianity which Jesus taught and practiced. The truth which he demonstrated has not lost any of its power; it is the same yesterday, to-day, and forever, as an ever increasing multitude can joyfully bear witness to.

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