The article "Cancer and the Public," from "A Medical...

Cape Argus

The article "Cancer and the Public," from "A Medical Correspondent," published in last Saturday's Cape Argus, dealing with the treatment of cancer by quacks, may perhaps be a much-needed warning to the public to beware of persons who fraudulently give out that they can guarantee a certain cure for cancer; but it would seem quite unjustifiable to have brought Christian Science into question in so discourteous a manner. To speak of the "exaggerated claims" of Christian Science is to ignore what to-day is an established fact, namely, that Christian Science, through the spiritual understanding and application of the truth, heals diseases of every kind, both functional and organic, and including so-called incurable diseases, such as cancer. This healing ministry is but the fulfillment of the promise of Christ Jesus, who said, "He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father."

The testimonies of authenticated cases of healing which are published weekly in the Christian Science Sentinel and monthly in The Christian Science Journal, and the verbal testimonies which are given on Wednesday evenings in Christian Science churches throughout the world, afford convincing evidence to any fair-minded inquirer as to the efficacy of Christian Science treatment. Apart from such testimonies, however, eminent members of the medical profession have made appreciative comments on Christian Science.

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