Is it not enough to be a Christian?
The new church edifice of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, was formally dedicated Sunday, November 6, with appropriate ceremonies, and hundreds attended the services held through the day.
To the Editor of the Indianapolis Journal:—
A reporter for The Postscript, in an interview with a representative Christian Scientist of this city, has gained much information in relation to the growth of the movement in the Metropolis and in the Empire State.
Member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Quebec and Ontario, Professor of Hygiene and Sanitation at St.
In some heathen lands they kill the doctor if the patient dies, but it would hardly do to follow that custome here, else there would be as great a hegira out of the ranks of the profession as there is now into it.
There are probably a great many residents of your State who are subscribers to The Denver Republican who will recall me as a former resident of your city.
Through Christian Science, the sick and dying are healed; the slaves of sin and evil appetites, set free; the insane restored to reason; the otherwise incurably blind, deaf, and crippled, made whole; and this Science has been revealed to mankind in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker G.
It is often objected against Christian Science that it denies the reality of evil, in whatever form it may seem to manifest itself, and yet does not explain its origin or cause, and this is called unscientific and illogical.
Few newspapers, notwithstanding their protestations to the contrary, are without prejudice.
It is knowing that man is the reflection of God,—that we should do unto others as we would have others do unto us,—that God is no respecter of persons,—and other similar thoughts, that leads me to write of this wonderful cure, which has illumined so much the pathway of life before me.
In the Roxbury Universalist Church, the Rev.
The following conversation recently took place between Mr.
In 1892 I had an attack of la grippe which assumed several phases, rheumatism, pneumonia, then blood poison.
I was a sufferer from locomotor ataxia, or progressive paralysis.
A year ago I was so burdened with physical claims and mental depression that I wanted to die, hoping beyond the grave to find rest and peace, for after trying for six years to gain good health I was almost exhausted.
After three years of seeming trials, persecutions, and great tribulations, which have taught us grand lessons and for which we are truly grateful, we organized First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Augusta, Maine, October 13, 1898.
When my youngest child was six months old he swallowed corrosive sublimate.
There are a few earnest workers in Christian Science here, but we have no church organization yet.
Dear Editor:—When I commenced reading "Scriptural References Sustaining the Doctrine of Christian Science," in the December Journal, I had a sore throat, in aggravated form.
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