In an article on "Enteric" on Saturday we stated that "so far medicine has failed, honorably failed no doubt; but that the failure is complete there can be no two opinions.
Why does evil exist in the world?
Christian Science is growing so rapidly that a great many ministers deem it to be essential for the good and welfare of their "flocks," that they take a "smash" at the new doctrine with the intention of annihilating it, or at least crippling it, so that the Science of Christ cannot pursue the even tenor of its way.
We are pleased to see that our brother in his tirade against Christian Science has to go outside the Bible in his attempted support of drugging and taking medicine, and it is amusing to see how he has "bottled" himself up.
If a person who had been rescued from great peril by another person, should fail to appreciate the kindness shown, should repudiate the obligation to be grateful, and instead should vilify his rescuer, the world would stamp such an one an ingrate, some would go so far as to say, he was not fit company for man or beast; but Scientists should know that one who, to sense, manifests in so marked degree, lack of understanding and of love, was not manifesting his true self, but is allowing animal magnetism to becloud his consciousness; and that the real man, God's man made in the image and likeness of Him who is Omnipresent Good, does not speak in the words of error uttered by such a one.
Webster defines patience as, "Endurance without murmuring or fretfulness.
The charge that Christian Scientists have so often to meet and refute is that they "worship Mrs.
The lecture on Christian Science by Edward A.
Is Christian Science an enemy of orthodox denominations?
It had been the cherished desire of my mother that I should become a preacher in the Presbyterian Church; but at the age of twenty-one, when I was prepared for a course in theology, my ideas of election, eternal punishment, and a personal devil were radically different from the accepted articles of that denomination.
At the mass meeting in the Opera House, Sunday night, held under the auspices of the New Hampshire AntiSaloon League for the purpose of considering the situation in Concord, and endorsing the work of Mayor Martin in closing the saloons, the following resolution was unanimously adopted by a rising vote :—
Distinguished visitors have arrived in Boston the past week in the person of the Countess of Dunmore, with Lady Mildred Murray, her daughter, who have come over from England to attend the Christian Science session on the 4th of June.