Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

Pennsylvania.

The Lutheran, published in Philadelphia, December 1, 1937, contains an article entitled "Among the Sick," the first paragraph of which reads as follows: "Much has been written of the relation of one's religious beliefs to one's mental and physical health. From those pastors and laymen rich in Christian experience come frequent instances in which the Gospel's comfort for the distressed and challenge to the disheartened have worked profound physical and mental improvements." The publication of such articles plainly points to the ultimate acceptance of Truth as an effective healing agency and remedy for the ills of the people.

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William R. Rathvon, C. S. B.
March 25, 1939
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