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From the June 1906 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The reason for replying-in detail to objections advanced against the Christian Science movement must be the wish to correct what appear to be certain errors inadvertently admitted into the premises and accepted as the basis of these arguments. Certainly, if the claim of Christian Scientists be true,—that this Science is destined to fulfil the letter, as well as the spirit, of the teaching inculcated by Jesus of Nazareth,—it must be conceded to be the most "stupendous business" that can engage our attention.