From Letters, Substantially as Published

A clergyman describes Christian Science teaching as...

Western Mail and South Wales News

A clergyman describes Christian Science teaching as "Childish make-believe and rubbishy nonsense." If his opinion were correct it would be a matter for wonder how Christian Science has traversed the globe in so short a time and has earned the gratitude of millions of people, thousands of whom have been saved by it from so-called hopeless conditions.

I am accused of evading the issue. Lack of space for an adequate reply is the cause. I write to defend Christian Science against misrepresentation, not to attempt to teach it.

The clergyman objects to the Christian Science view that poison, sickness, and death are not the realities he believes them to be.

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