LETTERS TO THE PRESS

From Christian Science Committees on Publication

Los Angeles Sentinel

Each epoch puts its own interpretation on previous history— and evaluates historical figures according to its own bias.

The twentieth century has tended to give psychology authority to interpret human history. A recent so-called psychobiography of Mrs. Eddy set forth a typical psychological evaluation, which was neither history nor scientific fact (see letter below).

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