The very kindly intentioned reference...

William D. Kilpatrick, Manager of Committees on Publication Daily Times, Gloucester, Massachusetts

The very kindly intentioned reference to Christian Science in a syndicated column in a recent issue of your paper might tend, in the minds of your readers, to a rather restricted and more or less confused sense of the application of spiritual power as understood, taught, and practiced by Christian Scientists.

Spiritual power comes from God. Most people will agree to that. The question then revolves around what may be considered a right concept of God. One of the synonyms used by Mary Baker Eddy in her definition of God (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 465) is "Mind."

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The Secret Place
November 4, 1944

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