"A physician's reasons for becoming a Christian Scientist"

Why would a medical doctor decide to become a Christian Scientist? More than one physician did in the early years of this century. In addition to Dr. John M. Tutt and several others, there was, for example, Dr. Edmund Burton.

Burton had been a surgeon, but he was forced to give up his medical career because of tuberculosis. The prognosis was that he wouldn't live more than a few months. He became addicted to alcohol and opium in the effort to carry on. Then he eventually tried cocaine and hypnotism in desperation.

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