The line of reasoning adopted by a clergyman in his...

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The line of reasoning adopted by a clergyman in his sermon on Christian Science, printed in your issue of November 21, appears to be based on the unloving assumption that anything and everything written against Mary Baker Eddy and the world-wide religion known as Christian Science is true. The sources from which he has taken his information are not only well known, but generally recognized as biased and hostile. The source being impure, the stream of criticism is likewise impure—not true.

The clergyman incorrectly states that Mrs. Eddy was divorced by her husband. It is well known the reverse was the case—an important point. She divorced Dr. Patterson because of his infidelity.

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