In your recent issue I read with interest the brief account...

Southern Times

In your recent issue I read with interest the brief account of the meetings held in St. Peter's Hall, Parkstone, to consider "the church's responsibility with regard to Christian Science." Although the attitude of one of the speakers was fair in saying that he had no intention of denouncing this teaching, he was evidently misinformed when he said that "Christian Science detracted from the divinity of Christ." In order to remove any misconception this statement might create in the minds of your readers, kindly permit me to say that Christian Science accepts absolutely the divinity of Christ. Mrs. Eddy writes (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 25), "The divinity of the Christ was made manifest in the humanity of Jesus." Christian Scientists revere their Master, and to the extent that they understand his teachings they prove their faith by their works, in fulfillment of his promise, "And these signs shall follow them that believe; ... they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover."

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