Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

It was made known that a clergyman would speak in an Evangelical Lutheran church about spiritualism, occultism, theosophy, and Christian Science. But in his lecture he scarcely touched the subject of Christian Science. Another clergyman, intending also to speak about different sects, placing Christian Science on the same basis, confined himself to saying very little about this religion.

A German paper in our country, Rigasche Post, carried a notice that in Germany a prohibition had been issued regarding holding Christian Science services publicly. An inquiry was made of the Christian Science Committee on Publication in Germany, with the result that a circular letter was received announcing that this prohibition was canceled. This letter was given to the editor of the paper, who kindly printed it on the following day.

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