The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
That many of the objections made against the price of Christian Science literature are honestly made by the immediate objector, we do not doubt; but, on the other hand, we are aware that these objections have their origin among those who are bitterly opposed to Christian Science, and who, by every means in their power, both audibly and mentally, keep up the argument of exorbitant prices.
Under the above heading the Washingtion News Letter republishes our correction of the falsehood published in the New York World, and follows it with the following editorial note:—
We have referred in recent issues to the methods of the Publishing Society in the sale and distribution of Christian Science literature, and shown the purpose and motive controlling the same.
We desire on behalf of the cause and our Leader to return renewed thanks to the Branch churches for the resolutions of love and appreciation which have been received; and they are many.
Over and over again I am asked the question, "Why are all the authorized books on Christian Science copyrighted?
All over this land and wherever Christian Science has been introduced it has met with much bitter and stubborn opposition.
The man who beats the big bass drum is the "head leader" of the band, in the estimation of every boy, because he makes the most noise.
Ten or eleven years ago a copy of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
Perhaps it would be well to tell somewhat of my life previous to coming into Christian Science.
The philosopher who defined gratitude to be "expectation of future favors" must have had experiences which suggested the witty saying.
For eighteen hundred years the Christian world has been looking expectantly for the dawn of the millennium, the thousand years wherein evil shall be bound and made powerless.
I was reared in the so-called orthodox religion.
On returning from a visit to the dentist recently, I found awaiting me a copy of the Sentinel of November 2, containing a most helpful article from the pen of Dr.
It has been six months since I learned through "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," the Truth that made me free.
At the last meeting of the Boston Unitarian Club it was suggested that Dr.
Some pews in the fine old church at Malpas, Cheshire, possess a most amusing peculiarity.
Two supplements to the Christian Science Sentinel have been issued.