Like its forerunner, the ordinary photographic camera, the X-ray machine can be made to tell the most outrageous falsehoods.
Federal Grand Jury at Buffalo Refused to Indict.
One of my prescriptions for longevity may startle you somewhat.
Great international expositions like that which France is to hold in 1900, and like the one which is to be held in St.
At the People's Institute last evening James Monroe McDonald talked upon the use and abuse of surgical operations under the caption, "Horrors of Modern Surgery.
Personally, I am ready to go on record that I would be perfectly willing to patrol any district of the city of Toledo at any hour of day or night without a club or revolver, depending solely on the love and patriotism of the people behind me for protection, and I would undertake to present a cleaner record for my beat at the end of the year than could be shown by a colleague who placed his trust in the power of a club and gun.
Nothing can convince the sceptical Springfield Union that there is anything in Christian Science.
There is one virtue the Christian Scientists possess which might be adopted by others: They do not talk scandal.
The Christian Science Journal and the Christian Science Sentinel have come to us, the former a monthly, the latter a weekly.
Christian Science is the religion of God.
The various archaeological societies in Europe and America which make Palestine, Egypt, and the valley of the Tigris and Euphrates their special field of research, are still reaping a rich harvest," says the Christian Advocate of New York.
Akin to the vital preaching of Jesus and Paul, is the work of the Christian Science Lecturers, who go about from one city or town to another, publishing peace, and health, and good tidings of Good, spreading everywhere the news that deliverance has come for both the sick and the sinful.
At the Wednesday evening meeting in the Mother Church, October 4, 1899, Judge Ewing made the following remarks:—
Every Wednesday night in the Christian Science churches of this city members gather in accordance with the rules of the Mother Church.
There has been much said in the past in regard to the price of our text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker G.
"And the apostles said unto the Lord, Increase our faith.
About the first of this year, there came to our house, a woman to act as housekeeper.
Not quite a year ago I was healed in two weeks treatment, of a weak back that had troubled me for three years, and for almost a year had made me perfectly wretched; and while the restoration to perfect health resulting from this healing as well as the healing of other physical ailments has been very beautiful, my true healing, that for which I am most grateful, and over which I still wonder, is the utter change wrought, from a careless, selfish girl, to one whose honest desire is to know God and do His will wherever it leads.
I had never heard of Christian Science nor had I attended church in nearly thirty years until I happened to attend a Christian Science meeting.
For many years I had been obliged to live on very little food, sometimes only bread and milk.
When Jesus said to the woman, "Thy faith hath made thee whole," did he mean to say that it was through her understanding of Truth she was healed?
Among the vanishing arguments of Bible students who oppose Christian Science is the claim that the Apostle Paul advised Timothy to use wine for his stomach.
If God is all, and God is Good, in human acceptation of the term, then sin and pain are not, there is no grief, and evil's non-existent.
I knew a lady who was a Christian, but a very uncomfortable and unhappy Christian, and who made everybody unhappy around her, and had the special peculiarity that, while she kept good enough in her own room, when she went out of the family all the prickles came out, and she was exceedingly disagreeable.
"I'm convinced that seasickness is largely a matter of imagination," said the captain of a steamship in the Central American trade.
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