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The Editorial Department is in receipt of the following criticism...

From the April 1890 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The Editorial Department is in receipt of the following criticism which speaks for itself—possibly for others equally in the dark as to the imperative need of advice officially given, under "Questions and Answers," in March issue of the Journal:—

A word in regard to the answer p. 603 March Journal "Consider the normal class student a voice of error" I have yet to learn that any can lapse into error by confining themselves exclusively to Mrs. Eddy's writings. I have observed, after nearly three years of constant work in Science, that the students who do that very thing, have the best demonstrations, and bring out the most harmony in their own lives. The Truth is all that will live; and where else can we find it?

The aim of the Journal is a high one, and it should be read and circulated by every lover of Truth. I cannot believe that a faithful "normal student" would countenance its discontinuance.

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