Editor American:—I would like to inform the public of an error of statement made by Mr.
The tenets of The First Church of Christ, Scientist,—the Mother Church,—printed on folded sheet for the use of branch churches of Christ, Scientist, with space for the names of churches and their by-laws, can be had at one dollar per hundred.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
Loyal Christian Scientists whose teachers are deceased, absent, or disloyal—or who, for insufficient cause would refuse to endorse their applications for membership with the Mother Church—can apply to the Clerk of this Church and present to him a recommendation signed by three members thereof in good standing therewith.
As announced in the Sentinel of December 21, 1899 the annual term of the Massachusetts Metaphysical College which would regularly have convened on the first Monday of January last, was postponed until the Wednesday following the second Tuesday of June, 1900.
For some time past rumors have been afloat in Buffalo, to the effect that Mr.
We have read a circular sent out by Mrs.
We are asked the question as to what is meant by the term "Chartered Branch Churches.
We hereby extend our sincere thanks for the prompt response to our request for photographs of the branch church edifices.
To the Editor of the Globe:—In view of the recent sensational reports of the death of a Somerville child, we desire to enter into a candid discussion of the matter in question.
Editor Times-Republican:—While listening to Dr.
The following appeared in the editorial columns of the New York Evening Telegram, February 27, 1900:—
But Washington was "first in peace" as well as in war, and was twice President of the infant Republic.
Music: "Portuguese Hymn," page 198 of Christian Science Hymnal.
I desire to express my deep and sincere appreciation of the work and efforts of our editors and publishers, and of the good things they send us by our Journal and Sentinel.
Less than two years ago, Christian Science was first brought to my notice.
This word "unity" is no doubt uppermost in the heart of every Christian Scientist to-day.
Jesus came preaching to the multitudes and offering them the bread of Life, the bread of God, that would satisfy the hungry.
In the Scriptural narrative of the restoration to life of the widow's son, it is noticeable that Jesus first said, to the mother, "Weep not.
Since I began the study of Christian Science, I have often thought of the old field thistle that grows on the farm to the great annoyance of the farmer, who can never tell whence it came.
For fifteen years I suffered from nervous prostration, the attacks becoming more and more severe, and accompanied by a complication of ailments until at last I could neither read, write, nor sew, without excruciating pain in my head, neither could I see friends or any member of my family for more than a few minutes at a time nor talk to them.
To show the difference between Christian Science and materia medica I shall tell of an experience that came to me about ten years since, before I was interested in Christian Science, although I had heard of it.
It was spiritual hunger that impelled me to turn to Christian Science.
Although Christian Science had been known in our home for five years, I did not feel inclined to study into it until I thought i was my duty to do so, on account of the statement frequently made to my daughter by a member of the Baptist Church, that the devil was in Mrs.
An editorial in the Christian Register, organ of the Unitarian denomination, dealing with the question as to whether the God of Unitarians is the God of all true Christians, says: "When we say God, we mean an Infinite Power, Intelligence, Wisdom, Truth, Beauty, Justice, and Goodness.
Scarcely another State in the Union has so remarkable and interesting a history as Texas.
Circumstances make it necessary again to request our co-workers throughout the Field to observe the following rules in sending in their orders to the Publishing House:—