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Testimonies for Truth
Dayton (O.) Herald
From the days of the Patriarchs to the present, the people who taught the omnipotence, omnipresence, and omniscience of God—God as all-power, everywhere present, and all-intelligence—have met with ridicule and opposition, and yet this stone which has been rejected by the carnally-minded has become the head of the corner in the foundation of the governments of the civilized nations of the world. It was this idea of Truth that led the Pilgrim Fathers to seek refuge in this country, and to establish a nation recognizing that "God has endowed man with certain inalienable rights, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness," and which in 1866 protected one lone brave woman in promulgating and establishing primitive Christianity accompanied with Christian healing. This has met with opposition, but the Christ-healing taught and practised by Jesus of Nazareth will become the head of the corner—will be the universal panacea for sin, sorrow, and all the ills of the flesh.
The same glad song of rejoicing that ascended unto God in the days of Jesus and the apostles for the Christian healing experienced, is to-day ascending unto the Father from thousands of happy homes for the blessings received in Christian Science.
Christian Science versus the Devil
J. R. Moseley
with contributions from Willard C. Selleck, C. W. Dum, Frederick Hackett, George D. Cochran
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Among the Churches
with contributions from Trustees of Second Church, Executive Board of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Bessie White, E. M. Kessler, Viola B. Burgess
BY CLARENCE A. BUSKIRK.
Are Christian Scientists too Narrow?
BY CALVIN C. HILL.
BY J. MUNROE HEILBRUN.
A New Use for the Sentinel
E. F. P.
What Christian Science has done for Me
Mamie E. Brackett
Words of Appreciation
Extract from a Letter
I. C. H. with contributions from Herbert F. Ziegler
with contributions from Spencer B. Messer, Charles H. Brent