In a recent article in the Appenzeller-Zeitung, Christian Science...

Appenzeller-Zeitung

In a recent article in the Appenzeller-Zeitung, Christian Science is mentioned, and the reader is referred to a booklet which confuses Christian Science with subjects with which it has nothing in common. In order to clear up misunderstandings, allow me to state that Christian Science is a revival of original Christianity, and that it has nothing more to do with the exploration of the subconscious than had original Christianity.

Whoever lays down prejudice and thoroughly studies the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, continually comparing it with the Bible, begins to see that the teaching of Christ Jesus is not impractical idealism that cannot be made use of in daily life, but that it is based upon eternal, immutable, divine law, and that, therefore, even today it can be practiced as it was practiced by Jesus and the apostles. To understand this, no exploration of the "dark realm of the subconscious" is needed, but childlike, sincere, honest striving to respond to the word of Christ Jesus, "If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; and ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."

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