The following proclamation has been issued by Frank W.
We have one newspaper that has abused and misrepresented Christian Science in every way and on every occasion.
This is the title of a well-executed etching from an original drawing by Rufus H.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
We have read of the numbers of The Topeka Daily Capital, which was edited as a Christian daily newspaper for one week by Rev.
At the Public Service Section of the Woodlawn Woman's Club, on Friday, February 16, Dr.
Much has been said recently concerning the seeming failure of Christian Science to heal some of its cases.
The Daily Journal of Salem, Ore.
There is perhaps no religious teaching extant to-day in regard to which there is so great a lack of correct information, as there is with reference to true Christian Science teachings and methods.
To the Editor of The Post.
Like many others, when I first began the study of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," it seemed thoroughly foreign to me.
The communication of gratitude in the Sentinel of January 11, concerning a contribution of December 21, awakened my thought anew to a demonstration of sin-healing that this article of December 21, "Christmas Gifts," achieved in the consciousness of one who was burdened with the sense of malice; and who had sought repeatedly, and apparently in vain, for deliverance, striving to realize that God was Love, and was able, and surely would deliver from this monster in belief.
When a child, two years old, I was afflicted with scrofula, for which my parents tried both physicians and home remedies, but all to no avail.
In a recent number of our Sentinel I noticed a tribute of gratitude to the pioneer Scientists.
Habsburger Strasse 12, Berlin W.
In February, 1899, I made the ride from San Francisco to Portland, Ore.
A little less than one year ago, after suffering for many years from chronic catarrh of the nose, throat, stomach, and bowels, with the ghastly horrors of indigestion and rheumatism, and having exhausted material means of relief, I was urged by a brother railroad official to investigate Christian Science, something I had never before thought of doing and which was at that time far from my inclination.
A lady who had long been a sufferer from stomach troubles, and had given up all hope of ever being well again, came to Quincy, as she said and her friends thought, to die.
For ten years I suffered from an ulcerated knee, which made me very lame and caused great pain.
About a month ago I tried to start a fire with coal oil, and when I lit it the fire flashed into my face.
One year ago Christian Science came to me with its sweet healing influence.
A correspondent's letter in the New York.
The boys and girls most in need of knowledge are those who think they already know so much that no one can teach them anything.
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.