LIKE Banquo's ghost, the Christian Science question will not down.
It is stated that different churches in Kansas City have experienced an appreciable loss of membership through the growth of the several Christian Science organizations in the community.
THE eyes of the civilized world are upon The Hague today.
Objection is made to Mrs.
AN experience of more than a year ago comes to me which, taken as an object-lesson, may help some brother or sister Scientist as it has helped me.
IN November, 1897, I visited the county jail in Scranton, Pa.
EVERY true Christian Scientist knows something of the truth of the saying "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty.
At the Chautauqua Assembly which met at Winfield, Kan.
A prominent member of the Congregational Church and a leader in temperance work in the place in which she lives, writes thus, a few weeks after receiving the pamphlet entitled, "Christian Science History.
The little church in the White Mountains which was dedicated last summer held its first Wednesday evening meeting August 9, with an attendance of forty-one, representing at least half as many states.
The members of First Church of Christ, Scientist, have recently purchased a church home.
In the most fallen and depraved man, he [Jesus] saw a being who might become an angel of light.
Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, has three crowns, but it is very seldom indeed that she wears one of them.
Is it true that Christian Science teaches that man is God?
THE Second Church of Christ, Scientist, of this city, which meets twice each week in the Lyceum Parlors, devotes its Wednesday night meetings to the hearing of testimony and statements of experience by members and other attendants who have personal knowledge of the church's success in the healing of mental, moral, and physical diseases.
PROUD, mortal man, that thinkest art awake,But still in sleep art dreaming daily on;Nor mov'st thyself to holy treasures take,Nor bid'st mesmeric slumber to be gone, Thou dost profess to be god of life,And goest forth to deeds in sight of all;With sweat of face thou pantest in the strife,Not knowing that thy pride must have a fall.
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