IT is probably safe to say that the great majority of people are quite well acquainted with the word contagion, and that many of these are inclined to regard it wholly from the view-point of materia medica; that is, wholly in the sense conveyed by Webster when, in beginning his definition of the term, he says that contagion is "the transmission of a disease from one person to another by direct or indirect contact. " The Bible teaches that God is Spirit, is good, and is All-in-all.
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