I was much interested in what your medical correspondent...

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I was much interested in what your medical correspondent had to say on the discussion in the Upper House of Convocation of Canterbury on the subject of the anointing of the sick. He admitted that such an act could help the sick because faith is an important factor in their recovery. And he implied that such anointing was not inconsistent with appropriate medical treatment.

Then he went on to say that "Christian Science is opposed to all the assumptions on which the medical profession is based, and we recognize that we have nothing to do with each other." This is a frank admission and tends to "clear the air"; but it is desirable to explain the reason for it.

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Ministering to Spiritual Needs
February 17, 1934
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