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In your June issue is a letter in which the writer ridicules...

Christian Thinker

In your June issue is a letter in which the writer ridicules a Christian Science church service which he attended in Hollywood.

Your correspondent undoubtedly erred in saying that "the audience was ... with a sterile air of expecting nothing, getting nothing." While I have no comment whatever to make on the writer's having found "no nourishment in the proceedings, no more life than in a soda cracker," yet I feel that he is incorrect in assuming that the rest of the audience was "expecting nothing, getting nothing."

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