THE Founder of Christianity, Christ Jesus, when accused by the Pharisees of not adhering to the law of Moses and to the prophets, repeatedly justified his standpoint by giving the spiritual interpretation of the Scriptural texts in question.
Orwell Bradley Towne, Committee on Publication for the State of New York,
Your report of a sermon by the minister of the Sixth Avenue Baptist Church quotes the clergyman as saying, "Mary Baker Eddy's reference to the coming of the Comforter is an express denial of the Holy Christ.
Francis Lyster Jandron, Committee on Publication for the State of Michigan,
In a sermon reported in your columns on February 7, a clergyman professes to see a conflict between the teachings of Christian Science and those of Christ Jesus, and exemplifies his views by a discussion of the raising of Lazarus.
John Murray Burriss, Committee on Publication for the State of Kansas,
In your issue of November 21 is a quotation from a book entitled "The Evil Religion Does," which ridicules the readings in Christian Science church services, and also the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
Aaron E. Brandt, Committee on Publication for the State of Pennsylvania,
In a clergyman's reply to his Paris correspondent, as reported in your issue of February 7, he gives to the latter no hope or prospect of recovery from the tubercular condition which appears to have been pronounced incurable by his physicians.
Testimonies of healings brought about at authorized lectures on Christian Science will be published in The Christian Science Journal or the Christian Science Sentinel, when verified as are other testimonies appearing in the periodicals.
Often when it seems as though I do not have enough understanding of the truth to meet a certain problem I am reminded of an experience which I had shortly after becoming interested in Christian Science.