Edgar McLeod, Committee on Publication for Northern California,
In a religious question-and-answer column in your issue of December 15, an alleged Christian Scientist purports to seek counsel regarding the application of his own religion from a minister who probably is not in sympathy with that religion—a rather unusual occurrence.
Joseph G. Alden, Committee on Publication for the State of Nebraska,
The pastor of a local church who devoted his sermon period last Sunday to a discussion of Christian Science fell into the same error many other opponents of Christian Science have fallen into when he attempted to explain something he did not understand.
After I had read the first chapter of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, my thoughts about prayer and God were completely changed and I became hopeful that I should be healed of a depressing nervous breakdown which had enslaved me for several weeks, and which had defied two kind physicians.
BELOVED Father-Mother—The only power I own—With Thee so close beside me I never am alone! From Thee come inspiration And light more clear than day; Thy hand points out the path to me, 'Tis Thou who lead'st the way.