In your issue of Tuesday, excerpts are quoted in your...

Savannah Morning News

In your issue of Tuesday, excerpts are quoted in your editorial from a paper presented at the recent convention of the Medical Association of Georgia, in which "cult" healing was criticized, as having "cut very heavily into the practice and revenues of the general practitioner."

It is a fair inference that a somewhat veiled attack on the teaching and practice of Christian Science was intended by the by the author of the paper in question. That your readers may not receive a wrong impression of what Christian Science teaches, I ask the privilege of your columns to explain that the practice of Christian Science includes vastly more than merely imparting an "abundance of enthusiasm and self-reliance, which quicken latent energies," due to a "dynamic force," as is ascribed to such healing by the medical paper under consideration.

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