In your issue of the 9th, which contained a report of a lecture given in the Wesley Hall, Christian Science is mentioned in close connection with hypnotism, suggestion, occultism, clarivoyance, fortune telling, and spiritualism. As this classification may lead your readers to assume that Christian Science is related to these false mental activities, I shall be obliged if you will publish this short statement.
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