In the article in your paper of August 24, entitled...

Konigsberger Allgemeine Zeitung

In the article in your paper of August 24, entitled "Omoto zieht in die Welt" (Omoto goes out into the world), it is said that the "hypnotic power of the Omoto movement finds its counterpart only in the Christian Science salvation doctrine of Mary Baker Eddy."

We beg to point to the fact that Christian Science distinctly rejects every relation to suggestion or autosuggestion. It demands that its adherents watch to protect themselves against mental suggestion of all kinds. Christian Science is based on the pure teaching of Christ Jesus, as the Bible reveals it. Healings in Christian Science are accomplished by acknowledgment of and obedience to the spiritual law which Christ Jesus has summarized in substance as, Thou shalt love God supremely and thy neighbor as thyself.

The Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, points out the way in which this law can be fulfilled in daily life.

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