At the regular Wednesday evening meeting, January 25, 1899, held in the Mother Church in Boston, Rev.
What do Christian Scientists mean when they say there is no sin?
Seldom does the Temple hold a larger audience than assembled January 20, to listen to an exposition of Christian Science from the lips of Mrs.
It is often asked why Christian Scientists are not successful in every case, if their system of healing be divine and therefore infallible.
The following thoughtful article is taken from the Omaha World-Herald:—
In the Brooklyn Citizen of Sunday, January 22, 1899, appeared an article under the above head, containing the views of a physician and other upon the subject of Christian Science.
There is great rejoicing in the ranks of the Christian Scientists in our city over the acceptance by the Second Church of the invitation extended to it by the First Church to unite with them.
In response to repeated requests, we herewith publish the following beautiful little allegory.
The great Teacher, who came from Heaven to instruct the human family, gave us this short, unerring rule by which to test the good and the bad: "By their fruits ye shall know them.
The following is clipped from the news columns of the New York Times:—
As each receives the light of this glorious Truth of Christian Science and begins to demonstrate or prove it, the temptation often comes to look at things from the material point.
"Moderation is the silken chain that runs through all our virtues.
One evening as I walked thoughtfully along, revolving and considering the great "Truths of Being," I glanced up at a beautiful dwelling with immense plate-glass windows in every part.
Having been a student in both the Allopathic and Homeopathic medical colleges, having studied in the dental colleges in New York and Philadelphia, having taught in the colleges of both professions, having been an active member of a large number of professional societies, a descendant of the friends, educated in early life at the Friends' Seminary, later a member of the Methodist and Presbyterian Churches and actively interested in the missions and Christian Endeavor Society, and life Auxiliary Member of the Salvation Army, my investigation of Christian Science can be said to have been, though critical, without prejudice.
The following article is taken from a recent issue of the New York Sun:—
When in temptation's darkest hour,I heard the Saviour say:"Watch when the clouds around thee lower,Be faithful, watch, and pray.
For fifteen years I suffered with affections of the eyes.
The following notes from the experience of two Scientists who have gone from Boston to live in a Western town may be interesting to some readers.
I was afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for seven months.
It may interest the Field to know that near our city, Dayton, Ohio, is located a Shaker settlement known as the Watervliet Village, where Christian Science has been introduced.
In this little, obscure spot is a small band of faithful Christians, poor and struggling against big odds.
1511 Twentieth Street, Washington, D.
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