In the "Second Nights" column on December 28 the reality...

Herald-Tribune

In the "Second Nights" column on December 28 the reality of matter is brought into question, and it is implied that Christian Scientists are the only ones who are taught that matter is not real.

Professor J. S. Haldane, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Fellow of New College, Oxford, and honorary professor of the University of Birmingham, England, made the following statement in his article, "Natural Science and Religion," as published in the Hibbert Journal in London, in April, 1923: "The world as represented in the language of physical science can only be, as I have tried to show, a world of unreal abstractions. If, however, we mistake it for reality itself, we are only following a shadow."

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