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The following is an extract from an article by Professor Robert Morris Rabb, Master in Theology of the University of Chicago, recently published in The Inter Ocean.
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The President has made public the following message, which he sent to General Otis:—
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To the Field

I am compelled to remind my co-laborers in the Field that I am not now engaged in the practice of the law.
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A Characteristic feature of Christian Science meetings which visitors from other churches are quick to remark, is the unusually large proportion of men in attendance.
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Even in a criminal; a loving deed or any act of unselfishness is beautiful, and is a hint of the perfect man, created in the likeness of God, just as the first ray of sunshine which breaks through the morning darkness, is a prophecy of perfect day.
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Christian Science

Prejudice, religious or political, is always condemned—still nothing flourishes so well.
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Rev.
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I am not a Christian Scientist.
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Physicians and lawyers in a number of American cities have been discussing with much animation the advisability of organizing a crusade against Christian Science, and demanding drastic legislation prohibiting its practice.
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Following are a few comments from letters and articles written by newspaper editors upon the new pamphlet, "Christian Science History.
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I am in receipt of a copy of "Christian Science History," and thank you for same.
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The Christian Science Publishing Society, of 95 Falmouth Street, Boston, Mass.
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Letters in the Boston Traveler

Christian Science.
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The Lectures

In refreshing contrast with the spirit of sectarian bitterness and clerical spite which has been lately exhibited toward Christian Science in one section of the country, is the fraternal feeling and kindly fellowship shown in another.
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From Other Standpoints

The adherents of different schools of thought are beginning to treat each other with more courtesy and forbearance,—not that either surrenders or proposes to surrender his own opinions, and should not do so.
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Advanced thinkers have ever been in the minority, misunderstood, jeered at, persecuted, and particularly is this the case in religious matters.
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"I would shed my last drop of blood for Christian Science," said M.
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The kissing bug is a myth.
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The day of miracles is not ended—in India at least.
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Questions and Answers

Is a Christian Scientist justified in remaining away from church services because he feels he can gain more by so doing?
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An Allegory

Mortal man may be likened to a ship sailing on the sea of his beliefs, manned and officered by the personal senses, with self as the captain, and steering into the harbor of Christian Science, in which port all mortal-mind ships must anchor sooner or later.
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For What it is Worth

Some years since the writer had a dear friend, who was the wife of a doctor.
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Grateful for the Lesson Sermons

Having a sense of great gratitude for "The Lesson Sermons," published in the Sentinel, I feel it is but just to acknowledge it.
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If you've any task to do,Let me whisper, friend, to you,Do it.
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The eleventh edition of the Church Manual is now on sale.

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