In a column in your issue of July 27 the view is expressed...

Saginaw Daily News

In a column in your issue of July 27 the view is expressed that it is unwise to consult healers who have not made a study of the human body and its functions. Naturally, people look to qualified physicians for such knowledge, but experience and judgment are teaching them in increasing numbers that relief from bodily as well as mental ills is to be found by turning thought away from the body to the harmonious divine Principle of all being, God. This is the reason why healing of physical disease in every form has been successfully performed through Christian Science for the past sixty-five years.

The laws of Michigan rightly protect physicians from any infringement on their methods by those untrained in medical practice. But as long as physicians fail to avail themselves in a scientific way of man's spiritual resources they have no reason to complain because thousands turn for relief to those who do, or seek to prove for themselves that an understanding of God's presence and power does heal disease, whether described as organic or functional. The good judgment and enlightenment of our people may be trusted to instruct them to discard what is detrimental, and to cling to what is beneficial.

February 27, 1932
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