"Mary Baker Eddy, Subject of Sermon" is the headline of your report in Monday's paper of the first of a summer series of biographical sermons by a clergyman. In referring to the needs of modern Christianity, he speaks truly when he says that Christian Science "rests on the same foundation of high courage and noble affirmation, as Christianity itself," and that, like Jesus, "it emphasizes the values of things not seen and the enduring riches of the spirit.
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