In the Macon Telegraph of May 9, considerable prominence...

Macon Telegraph

In the Macon Telegraph of May 9, considerable prominence is given to an attack on Christian Science and Mary Baker Eddy, Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, by a doctor before the convention of the Georgia Medical Association.

It is surprising, in this day of enlightenment, to have this doctor come from Chicago to Macon for the definite purpose of vilifying a great religion and a great religious leader, and with no better basis for his vilification than one that was exploded years ago. The best the doctor seems able to do for himself and his case is to base his charges on statements that have been completely refuted and proved false time and time again.

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