In an article entitled "Dead for an Hour" in this week's...

Ceylon Times

In an article entitled "Dead for an Hour" in this week's issue of your Sunday paper, a doctor refers to Christian Science and quotes "faith without works is dead," suggesting that this passage advocates the necessity of combining faith with material methods of healing.

Christ Jesus healed the sick through his understanding of God as omnipresent and omnipotent Spirit, and of man in His image and likeness. He prescribed no drugs, nor did he rely upon material methods or laws, but acted in direct opposition to them. Christian Science healing is the fulfillment of Jesus' promise, "He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also." This promise implies that his method is available to all who share his understanding of divine Principle. The efficacy of this purely spiritual method of treatment is being daily attested in the healing of all manner of diseases and inharmonious conditions.

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