The Christian Science Journal

Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin

The Christian Science Journal is in the middle of its eighteenth year, which is evidence that it is a periodical which has a field, fills it, and has come to stay. It is a monthly full of interest to those who would like to acquaint themselves with Christian Science and the results of a knowledge of the truth and an abiding faith. Among the papers in the January number are "The Richness of Grace," "Individual and Church Growth," "Man's Existence Here and His Life-Work," "Christian Science and the Episcopal Congress."

The "Testimonies from the Field" are something surprising to one unfamiliar with the work. The directory of places where meetings are held covers nineteen solid pages, and the healers in the field cover forty-six pages.

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