FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION

Making Christian Science Better Known

London, England

It is always a pleasure to respond to a request for an address on Christian Science to be given to a group of people who are not Christian Scientists. The speaker attends the meeting as a guest, and those present usually come with an open mind. Occasionally someone is present with the obvious intention of criticizing our religion, but these occasions are few, and I am glad to say that the great majority of those who attend sincerely wish to learn something about Christian Science. A favorable impression created by such an address has effects that are far reaching and often perhaps unknown to the speaker.

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