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LETTERS TO THE PRESS from Christian Science Committees on Publication
Wembley Observer, London
A recent issue contains a short report of a warning against modern heresies in a sermon.
Any person who studies the Bible in conjunction with the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, will find in these books an answer to the doubts and difficulties which today assail so many people in their yearning for a satisfying interpretation of the Christian religion. Christian Science is neither a heresy nor a substitute for Christianity. On the contrary, it is the reinstatement in this age of the teachings of Christ Jesus and of the early Christian church before the understanding of the teachings became clouded by dogmas and man-made doctrines. It is true that there are many false presentations of the teachings of Christianity abroad today, as in earlier times, but these are all phases of human belief held by persons who have failed to discern the difference between the so-called human or carnal mind and the divine Mind, God.
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