From various pulpits and in the press we are being told that Christian Science—the religion in which God is the only healer—is wrong; that it is a mistake to take Bible promises too seriously; that it is folly to draw practical conclusions from the premise of God's allness: that Christ does not heal any more except through drugs and surgery, and so forth. Physicians of every school, in all kinds of practice, are continually finding themselves up against a stone wall, so to speak, which they cannot get over, or through, or around and confess themselves helpless, if they are honest, and the majority of them are.
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