September first, 1898, the Weekly made its first bow to the Field.
Since we last wrote upon the Harold Frederic case we have received from London a great stack of press clippings, covering, we suppose, what every newspaper of any consequence in the British Islands had to say of this case.
By no means, however, have all the British newspapers taken sides against us.
Dear Mother and Teacher:—January 1, 1899, will mark an event in the work of our little band, the fruits thereof we trust will prove our loyalty to the cause we so earnestly advocate.
What apologies have Christian Scientists to make for healing?
"Medical science occasionally makes a grand miscalculation," said an old citizen to the Tales-of-the-Town man.
A notable meeting of Christian Scientists was that which gathered at Carnegie Hall, New York, Sunday, December 18, 1898, to hear a lecture delivered by Mr.
I am glad to give to the Field an instance of the healing power of Christian Science which occurred in the city of Berlin, Ont.
The above question has been answered in thousands of cases, and is every day being answered in hundreds more.
It was in 1894 that my husband was healed.
It is with a feeling of deep gratitude that I accept the permission to write an occasional contribution to our Weekly.
Who does not see in the innumerable objects around us some lesson both interesting and profitable?
The thought has been with me for some time that it would be interesting to inform the readers of the Weekly that the text-book of Christian Science is in great demand at the Public Library of our city.
When the Christian Science Weekly came, clad with beauty and freshness all its own, bringing joy and peace to all who read its precious pages, I resolved to help to cherish, feed, and clothe it with purest, loving thoughts gained from the study of Science and Health by our loving Mother, Mary Baker G.
In my Sunday School class there are several little children who have recently come into Christian Science, and who were accustomed to having Christmas trees in their former churches.
In my early Science days, I was the manager when putting in a new stope for the purpose of bringing coal through.
Two years ago I first heard of Christian Science.
Seven years ago I was severly injured by a fall and sought medical aid.
I never had good health, but my last sickness was caused by a fall which injured my spine and ankle.
All correspondence with the clerk of the Mother Church on matters pertaining to his office, should be addressed to William B.