The article entitled "Mrs. Eddy's Power Sources" published...

Svenska Canada-Tidningen,

The article entitled "Mrs. Eddy's Power Sources" published in your recent issue, as translated for me, so misrepresents the life and work of Mary Baker Eddy, the revered Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, that space for correction is respectfully requested.

Although written from a critical standpoint, the article contains this significant admission, namely, that "large numbers of people have found in the Christian Science doctrine a new basis for life, which has thereby been transformed into something bright and lovely." Unwittingly, perhaps, the critic thus offers evidence that Mrs. Eddy's life-work has brought forth much good fruit. Obviously, the good fruit must have come from a good tree; for, according to the Scriptures, grapes are not gathered from thorns, nor figs from thistles.

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