In your issue of last Saturday you published a report of...

Devon and Exeter Gazette

In your issue of last Saturday you published a report of a lecture on "Early Religions," in which occurs this passage: "The cult of Æsculapius was extraordinarily like the creed of the Christian Scientists of the twentieth century."

In order that your readers may not be misled, may I point out that this statement is erroneous. Christian Scientists do not worship false gods, but rely on the divine Mind alone as the only curative Principle. Æsculapius was supposed to be the son of Apollo, "the god of medicine."

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