As reported in your recent issue, a clergyman, conducting...


As reported in your recent issue, a clergyman, conducting a revival service in First Christian Church, made an adverse allusion to Christian Science. I wish emphatically to deny, through your esteemed columns, that Christian Science is "a mixture of Hindu philosophy and Christianity," as the speaker in question claimed. Not a trace of so-called Oriental witchcraft, fanaticism, esoteric magic, or necromancy, known to "Hindu philosophy," exists in the teachings or practice of Christian Science, a fact any investigator may quickly prove for himself by referring to the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of this religion.

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