In the columns of The Chicago Interior appears a criticism of a very indefinite nature, but bearing this title, and treating the greatest subject of the age: the greatest, because, when understood, it will be of the most value to man; of the most value, because, when he sees and knows what Christian Science means, it will bring man back to his own home and country, to which he has so long been a stranger. One who understands this same Science, which the Master taught his apostles, and comprehends the truths of the Scripture in a demonstrable, spiritual sense, can easily discern that the Interior critic has unintentionally comdemned the way of Life, Truth, and Love, the Trinity in Unity, which Mrs.
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