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Unkindness in the Pulpit
THE wise advice of Gamaliel to his brethern to let the Christian alone, was approved by the other Pharisees and it has been unanimously applauded for nearly nineteen centuries by theologians of all schools, but some of them depart from wisdom occasionally and bitterly attack Christian Science.
Gamaliel said—referring to Peter and the other apostles—"Refrain from these men, and let them alone: for if this counsel or this work be of men, it will come to nought: But if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow it; lest haply ye be found even to fight against God." Ministers of other churches proclaim that their doctrines are true. If their doctrines be true, they surely need not defend them by means of vituperative abuse of Christian Science or of any other doctrine which may to them seem false, for it is a truism that Truth cannot be overthrown by error, and therefore the doctrines held by other churches are in no danger from Christian Science unless they are false, and Christian Science is true.
A Modern View of Inspiration
Professor Morgan an Advocate of the Higher Criticism.
Poisoned in Hospitals
An Interesting Meeting in New York City
with contributions from W. F. STORM, M. E. NICHOLS, MAY R. BOLTON, M. H. Lincicome, Frank Westfall
The Religious Press
George F. Barker with contributions from MARY CLARK BARNES, F. W. BALDWIN
A Chapter on Medical Legislation
BY ROBERT L. ZILLER.
The Communion and Annual Meeting
BY ANNIE M. KNOTT
with contributions from Simon M. Landis
Questions and Answers
A Letter to a Friend
F. W. Gibbons
A Summer Service
Addie Keith Merrill
The Carol of the Rain
BY KEYES BECKER.