That Christian Scientists attach to certain words a somewhat different meaning from that generally accepted, is a fact frequently referred to by critics of this movement. Our use of the words Mind, Science, reality, and demonstration, seems to be particularly disagreeable to the ordinary critic, although even a cursory study of these words in any of the standard dictionaries would show the perfect propriety of their use as found in all Christian Science works.
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