A clergyman, in his contribution to your series, "What I...

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A clergyman, in his contribution to your series, "What I Believe," writes, "We have, however, to take the evil seriously, and I can see no attraction in the proposal of Christian Science to pretend that it is not there or that it is an illusion of 'mortal mind.'"

I should like to be allowed to put the Christian Science viewpoint before your readers. Christian Science does not "pretend" that the evil is not there, nor does it treat it anything but seriously. It does, however, deny the absolute reality of evil, and proves this denial in specific instances by causing the evil to vanish.

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