Editor of the Messenger:—I have just been reading the communications of E.
In her last ministry of love, the MagdaleneStands hopeless, weeping at the Saviour's empty grave,Yet by her side the Master stands unseen,Not lost, not gone, not dead, but mighty still to save.
To the Editor of The Republic:—While reading a recent number of your interesting paper, my attention was attracted by a report of a sermon on the subject of "Christian Science Cures.
I sat me down to write a lineMy thoughts went back one year,When Nature's sun had ceased to shineAnd life had lost its cheer.
157-163 Lasalle Street, Chicago, April 17, 1899.
I wish to write of one whom I was instrumental in interesting in the glorious work of Christian Science, who, after months of doubting, very reluctantly concluded to accept Christian Science treatment, and who, after eight treatments, was completely healed of many complicated diseases, among which was a severe rupture of years' standing.
I should like to write down a little thought that came to me, in the hope that it may perhaps help others as it has often helped me.
Christian Science is the word of God which heals the sick and the sinful, opens the blind eyes, and unstops the deaf ears.
[The following description of a set of stereopticon views of Jesus will be read with much interest.
In what sense can the atonement be said to be "a hard problem in theology" from the Christian Science point of view?
The following is an extract from an ordinance recently published in the Galveston Daily News, which had been introduced at a meeting of the city council of Galveston, Texas.
All correspondence with the clerk of the Mother Church on matters pertaining to his office, should be addressed to William B.