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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."
"I have changed my mind about Mrs. Eddy. I think she is very unjustly treated by so-called Christians. I look upon her as one of the greatest of the world's benefactors, and I thank God it is a woman that has accomplished so much for suffering humanity.
with contributions from Paul Washburn
Brooding Over Evil
George H. Hepworth
From the Religious Press
with contributions from Septimus J. Hanna
BY GRACE ST. L. PRESCOTT.
R. E. Watres
The Importance of Faithfulness
BY N. S.
E. E. Williams
The Church in the White Mountains
A Church Home at Ottumwa, Iowa
Ella A. Telfer
Poets, Preachers, and Sages
with contributions from Channing, Theodore Parker, Thomas A Kempis, Emerson, Phillips Brooks, Washington Irving, Longfellow, Disraeli
Questions and Answers
P. S. T., A. F. P.
Awake, Mortal Dreamer
BY BERT POOLE
with contributions from William B. Johnson