It is much to be regretted that we still occasionally find...

Jewish Times

It is much to be regretted that we still occasionally find a writer on religious subjects who cannot discuss the problems of his own denomination without a covert sneer at the religious beliefs of others. In the annual issue of the Jewish Times, devoted especially to felicitations and expressions of good will, a writer makes use of this not at all original unkindness: "I have known Jewesses and an occasional Jew to abandon Moses for Mary, Jewish sanity for Christian Science. ..."

Will you please give me space for this letter of protest against this disparaging remark? Observant persons have discovered by contact with adherents to Christian Science that the latter are intelligent, well-conducted, reasonable people; and that in their attitude towards their own religion, as well as towards the religious beliefs of others, they are usually found to be both safe and sane.

January 12, 1929
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