Signs of the Times

[Editorial in the Weekly News, Brighton-Hove, England]

Our correspondent, "Churchman," appears to be nearly convinced that the Christian Science movement represents the "Ideal Church of God" but will not permit his conscience to have full sway. "Churchman" is viewing the movement from an entirely wrong angle, and we would courteously suggest that he might, with personal advantage, attend some of the meetings of the movement before rushing "in where angels fear to tread." "Churchman" states that he is waiting to see for himself the mighty healing influences of Christian Science and entirely overlooks the fact that religion is from "within" and not "without."

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