A recent issue of your paper comments upon a statement...

Courier and Guardian

A recent issue of your paper comments upon a statement made by the Regius Professor of Physics at Cambridge concerning the "loss of confidence which is seen on every hand" in the doctor. The doctor's methods are therein referred to as orthodox, and homeopathy, Christian Science, and osteopathy as unorthodox.

The only standard by which to judge whether a healing system is orthodox or otherwise is that of the master Physician, Christ Jesus. All who appealed to him for help he healed, and not a single failure is recorded. Some who did not actually ask him for help he healed, because he saw that they were mentally prepared to receive this blessing.

The healings wrought by Christ Jesus were in accord with spiritual laws. He taught his disciples the workings of these laws, and how to apply them, and the Gospels contain notable records of their successes, for many diseases, including supposedly incurable diseases, were healed by them. Healing, as Jesus taught it, was carried on for many years after his ascension; but it finally disappeared because human thought became too material to retain it. Before his ascension, Christ Jesus had promised that "the Spirit of truth" would come again to the world, but this coming was conditional upon the appearance on the mental horizon of one spiritually-minded enough to discern and understand it.

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