In a recent issue you quote a...


In a recent issue you quote a derogatory statement about Christian Science. May I be permitted to furnish a correction? Christian Science is not a "make-believe" religion, but practical Christianity. The healing work done through Christian Science is attracting public attention in an increasing measure.

Many clear thinkers have become Christian Scientists—men and women who do not dwell in a "doctrine of makebelieve," but demand a logical and practical religion. Religion today is at the crossroads, because old dogmas do not satisfy. Many are turning to Christian Science, and find it satisfying. In "Miscellaneous Writings," Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, writes (p. 232): "This age is reaching out towards the perfect Principle of things; is pushing towards perfection in art, invention, and manufacture. Why, then, should religion be stereotyped, and we not obtain a more perfect and practical Christianity?"

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His Rule, How Kind!
June 20, 1942

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