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From the December 1916 issue of The Christian Science Journal

It is not difficult, when one considers the cause of Christian Science as a whole, to understand why this movement has been the object of continued persecution from opposing material systems, theories, falsely styled sciences, and scholastic theology. To these material modes of human thought Christian Science seems tremendously iconoclastic, and mortal mind ever resists what it recognizes as its destroyer.