A Short time ago we read a criticism of Christian Science, or, more properly speaking, of the critic's misconception of the subject, and found among other errata the statement that Christian Science is dying out; that, as a movement, it had reached its maximum some time ago and is now on the wane. The lack of information displayed by this critic is inexcusable in view of all that has been published on the subject, yet for the benefit of those who may be misled by such reckless statements we give the following facts.
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