CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: ITS TEACHINGS, METHODS, AND WORKS
From the June 1909 issue of The Christian Science Journal
WE who have been Christian Scientists for a number of years are apt to assume that all thinking and intelligent people are more or less familiar with the teachings, methods, and works of Christian Science. Because of this, we wonder why any class of people who have the good of humanity at heart should oppose the teachings, methods, and works of our movement.
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