In a letter which appeared in a...

Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard

In a letter which appeared in a recent issue of your paper a correspondent who signed himself "Nemo" chose to classify Christian Science with British Israelism, spiritualism, and astrology. Christian Science has nothing whatever in common with these systems.

He also referred to Christian Science as a "substitute for the Christian faith." This remark clearly indicates a lack of accurate information regarding this religion, and for the benefit of your readers I should like to correct the erroneous impression the remark conveyed.

Christian Science is the discovery of the teaching of Christ Jesus as it was practiced by him in healing the sick, reforming the sinner, and raising the dead; and he said that anyone who believed on him should do these works, and greater.

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February 27, 1943

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