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Religious Tide Out
That the Methodist Church in cities had ceased to grow in membership; that the Christian Church at large was passing through a revolution, and was face with a crisis; that religious themes no longer interested men, and that ministers, as such, were no longer revered, were some of the statements made by Rev. H. D. Atchison of Wilmette yesterday morning in a paper which he read before the Methodist preachers' meeting. A heated discussion followed, but the correctness of his statements was not questioned.
The meeting was held at the Englewood First Church, as a part of the programme of the board of examination. Mr. Atchison's theme was "Church Life in the Twentieth Century—Not a Prophecy, but an Appeal," and his paper, which was both long and able, was listened to with deep and painful interest.
Fast Day in New Hampshire
MARY BAKER G. EDDY
Dr. Munhall and Christian Science
Edgar M. Zavitz
A. F. Hofer
with contributions from Julia Winchester, Howard C. Van Meter, Mayor Van Alstyne, Edward W. Hatch, S. J. Elder, W. S. Farlow, E. C. Hickox
with contributions from George W. Bicknell, Thomas Edward Patterson, C. W. Biddle, Frederick H. Hamilton, Charles Fleischer
Why I Became a Christian Scientist
By JACOB Y. SHANTZ
Frances Mack Mann
Mary D. Rice
with contributions from C. Wade, George L. Brett, C. R. Friskey
with contributions from Joseph Robinson, Cornelia D. Batchelder
The Lesson Sermons
with contributions from Josie Eberts, M. Fannie Whitney