In a recent issue appears an...

Sedalia Times

In a recent issue appears an erroneous reference concerning the teachings of the religion of Christian Science. I therefore kindly ask the courtesy of the publication of the following correction in an early issue of your esteemed newspaper.

The inference that Christian Science teaches that one can be well by merely saying he is well when he is ill is incorrect. There is a vast difference between believing and understanding. Christian Science, being founded upon the words and works of the great Metaphysician, Christ Jesus, is the Science of Life, God, the Science of all that actually exists. Thus it does not employ mental suggestion in its ministrations. It declares and demonstrates the unreality of sickness on the fundamental basis that inharmony is not real because it does not have its origin in God, infinite good, who is the only power, cause, or reality.

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