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from Christian Science Committees on Publication
Radio Station KFJI
Radio Station KFJI Klamath Falls, Oregon
Because the radio talk entitled "The Cross: Its Foolishness and Offense," recently delivered over this station, contained a reference to Christian Science which requires clarification, I, as a representative of the Christian Science Committee on Publication for Oregon, have been given this opportunity to reply.
The sentence partially quoted by the speaker from "Science and Health with key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy could not have provided the listening audience with an adequate concept of the Christian Science teaching concerning the blood of Christ. The implication that we regard this doctrine of atonement as foolishness or an offense is entirely erroneous, as is known by all who have read the chapter "Atonement and Eucharist" in the Christian Science textbook referred to above.
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