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Sioux City Tribune

[J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa, in the Sioux City Tribune]

A recent issue of your paper contained comments, attributed to a physician, to the effect that Christian Science lacks a "scientific basis," and I should like to correct the wrong impression this remark conveyed to your readers regarding that Christian religion.

If the physician in question considers Christian Science to be unscientific he must, of necessity, also believe that the healing performed by Christ Jesus was unscientifically based, inasmuch as Christian Science healing is a reinstatement of the method of spiritual healing performed by the Master and is in strict conformity to his charge that his followers emulate him in restoring health to those in need of healing.

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