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From the April 1902 issue of The Christian Science Journal

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.