In an article which appeared in your paper recently, Christian Science was erroneously classified with Coueism and spiritualism, and as being similar to the mystic therapeutics in which Rudolf Hess is said to have been interested. Permit me to state categorically that there is no mysticism in Christian Science, nor has it any resemblance or affinity to those forms of thought.
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