What an experience was offered to the group of people gathered in Tremont Temple, Boston, on March 16, 1885! Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, had been allowed just ten minutes to address another speaker's audience in reply to his public letter condemning her doctrines. For brevity's sake she posed and answered five short questions.
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