In a recent issue a correspondent under the heading of...

East London Dispatch

In a recent issue a correspondent under the heading of "Faith Healing" makes a statement concerning Christian Science which is incorrect and therefore misleading to your readers, and I ask space for this letter of correction.

Christian Science does not merely say to sufferers from "bad toothache, violent headache, attack of nerves, cancer, etc.," that "you have not got this." Mary Baker Eddy, in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," writes (p. 460): "Sickness is neither imaginary nor unreal,—that is, to the frightened, false sense of the patient. Sickness is more than fancy; it is solid conviction. It is therefore to be dealt with through right apprehension of the truth of being."

January 4, 1941
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