liner crossing the Atlantic ran into a fog one evening. One
of the passengers, a student of Christian Science, ill at
ease over what was a familiar enough experience, retired
early to his cabin to study those parts of the Bible, and of
"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
Baker Eddy, which elucidate the question of "mist." His
books were eventually laid aside in gratitude to God that
the integrity of God's creation was not to be impaired by
any of the mists of error. The incident had quite gone out
of thought when he learned the following morning from an
excited fellow traveler that the fog had suddenly lifted
during the night and disclosed the proximity of an iceberg.
. . .
"Dispelling the Clouds"
by Edgar Isaac Newgass
The Christian Science Journal, January,
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