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A PHYSICAL SCIENTIST'S VIEW OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

From the March 1908 issue of The Christian Science Journal


PROBABLY no people as a class feel so sure of their ground as do those who apply the physical sciences to earn their daily bread. Whether this application be in the laboratory or in the factory, on the farm or on the ocean, by the learned student or by the simple artisan, with intricate apparatus or with none at all, is of no moment.