Christian Science Committees on Publication CORRECT INJUSTICES AND MISSTATEMENTS

[From annual reports]

Germany (United States Zone)

In a pamphlet a Lutheran churchwarden of Munich makes mention of Christian Science and its conception of God, which he qualifies as unscriptural. The local Assistant took a letter from the Assistant Committee to this man and had a beneficial conversation with him, which led to his acceptance of The Herald of Christian Science. In a kind reply of the churchwarden to this office the differences in opinion were enumerated, but a list of conformities was also established. The concluding sentence of the letter is as follows: "In spite of this diversity, I gladly acknowledge the conformity of the Christ creed which unites us, and which induces me to return your kind regards sincerely."

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