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The Politics of Religion
Modern Idolatry vs. Christian Science
In every so-called civilized country, in all ages, the politics of the nation has been drawn, to a greater or less extent, from the religion of the people. In the degree that a religion has reflected divine Truth, in that proportion has its moral force dominated the judiciary and civil government of the people.
Man-made theories and opinions about God which lack the force to demonstrate their truth and practical application to the every-day needs of men and nations, constitute the dogmas on which are founded the idolatry of religious and political creeds, with their accompanying superstitions and slavery.
Items of Interest
with contributions from William McKinley
Mr. De Camp's Views of Christian Science
Arthur P. De Camp
with contributions from Marion D. Shutter, Emma S. Douglas, Mary S. Warring, J. R. Clarkson, J. P. Filbert, J. A. Stone, J. Everist Cathell
How to get hold of a Faith that Heals the Sick
BY HENRY D. NUNN.
Science and Health
Ada G. White
With God all Things are Possible
Caroline N. Poole
Work among the Colored People
E. W. H.
Flora De Woody
A Loving Tribute to Mrs. Eddy
T. H. Bell
"Let Not your Heart be Troubled"
BY JESSIE M. DRULLARD.