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Healing and Reports of Cases

From the September 1889 issue of The Christian Science Journal

"Christian Science rests on proof not profession. It is not a theory, but a demonstrative system of healing, and it must be supported by proof of its power to heal. It is only in this way that the false Scientist and the true are discerned, and the people undeceived."

Reports of Cases. Notice is hereby given that while the names of healers will never be given in these columns, and in many cases, for obvious reasons, those of patients may not be, a record of both is kept by the editor. Any person desiring to be put in communication with either, will please address the editor, (enclosing a stamp for return postage,) stating in what case they are interested.

The publication of cases has two objects; the first, the help and encouragement of Scientists, and second, to lead those unacquainted with Science to look into its claims. Inquiries are therefore invited from all persons interested. That all readers may know whether a particular case is within the reach of personal investigation, the place of residence of healer or patient will, as in the cases below, be given. In all cases where objection is not made it is desirable to publish the patient's name. —

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