The New York Herald-Tribune carried a dispatch from...

Herald-Tribune

The New York Herald-Tribune carried a dispatch from your Washington Bureau quoting a certain senator in regard to a certain presidential candidate. Among the senator's remarks he is quoted as saying, "I think he is a sort of Christian Science candidate. He thinks he is running, but he is not."

The implication that imagination is a factor in Christian Science treatment is not in accordance with fact. Mary Baker Eddy writes in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (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."

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