An eminent writer in your issue of February 11 would...


An eminent writer in your issue of February 11 would have your readers believe that Christian Science does not heal disease. He also holds out little or no hope of recovery for one afflicted with tuberculosis.

On page 219 of "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany," Mary Baker Eddy says: "To say that it is sin to ride to church on an electric car, would not be more preposterous than to believe that man's Maker is not equal to the destruction of disease germs. Christ, Truth, the ever-present spiritual idea, who raises the dead, is equal to the giving of life and health to man and to the healing, as aforetime, of all manner of diseases." It is this Christ, Truth, not the so-called human mind, that is resorted to for healing in Christian Science. The disease germs of tuberculosis have not proved invincible. Many authentic cases of the healing of this disease by the spiritual means offered in Christian Science are available to the sincere inquirer.

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