In your issue of February 28, under the heading "Missionary Society,"...

Guadalupe Gazette-Bulletin

In your issue of February 28, under the heading "Missionary Society," you carried the following statement: "Mrs.—very ably presented the February study topic, 'The Unknown God—Unknown to the Christian Scientist.' Mrs.—then gave some interesting facts about the subject 'Christian Science.'" Inasmuch as I am sure that it was not your intention editorially to give it as your opinion that God is unknown to Christian Scientists, and since this editorial opinion was probably written by one of your correspondents rather than by one of your regular reporters or editors, I feel sure that you will permit me, as the spokesman for Christian Scientists in Texas, the courtesy of space for a reply.

Christian Science is a religion based upon the Bible, which is generally accepted as the textbook of Christianity. The Bible used by Christian Scientists is the King James Version, and the number of Bibles printed by the Oxford University Press for sale by The Christian Science Publishing Society is one of the largest in the world. Christian Scientists, in their study of the Lesson-Sermons in the Christian Science Quarterly, use the Bible daily together with "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures."

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