WILL subscribers to the Christian Science Quarterly take note of the label on the cover of the last number received.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
THE Second Church of Christ, Scientist, of New York City, was opened Easter Sunday, April 7, and the Second Church of Christ, Scientist, of Chicago, was dedicated.
ONE of the results of the legislation which has been urged against Christian Science practice in several of the states is a quite general expression of opinion as to whether Christian Scientists are entitled to compensation for their healing services.
WE have carefully read the Act to regulate the practice of medicine, surgery, and midwifery, recently passed by the Missouri legislature, and which has now become a law.
THE above pertinent inquiry is submitted by way of an editorial in the New York Journal of April 1, 1901.
IN our last issue we published an account of the lecture of Mrs.
THERE was recently placed in the Carnegie Library at Atlanta, Ga.
IN reply to inquiries we will say that under the By-law a class in obstetrics cannot be held until six months after the close of the general college term.
It is with pleasure we report a growing interest in Christian Science in this part of the Field.
I PRAY Thee, Lord, bring to my mindThe consciousness of present Good!Guide thou my erring steps aright!Teach me to live more as I should.
HAVING experienced so much practical benefit in my business life, resulting from the application of Christian Science, I am impelled to relate a little of my experience for the benefit of others.
REMEMBERING the first years of daily, yes, hourly effort in overcoming many persistent errors my thought goes out to those dear ones who are taking their first steps in the upward way that is so gently and gradually leading us all away from earth's shadows into the glories of spiritual consciousness.
WE are asked by those who have no understanding of Christian Science the meaning of the word "claim" as used in Christian Science.
THIS was the motto of Lord Clifford, and we are reminded in our text-book that it is also Truth's motto.
KEEP the sunshine shining onIn the Soul.
As a small token of the deep gratitude I feel for the immeasurable blessing Christian Science has brought to me, I should like to tell about our work here in Dresden.
Easter time has a doubly sacred significance to me, inasmuch as it marks the resurrection of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, and the time of my being brought from darkness into light, and from a bed of suffering and pain to perfect health, joy, and peace.
Three years ago Science and Health was loaned me upon asking for something to read, and from reading a few pages at random, I was well enough pleased with the book to ask for it again, and received with it a copy of the Journal.
I had no faith in Christian Science when I first went for treatment, and I was therefore surprised when I found relief after the first treatment from an incessant and severe backache with which I had suffered for many years.
When in a very despondent thought, I was led to look into Christian Science by having a sign of the healing power of Truth shown me, through a case of instantaneous healing of a physical trouble.
George Frederick Wright, professor of geology of Oberlin College, arrived home from the old world on March 22.
Christian Science, the Religion of Jesus Christ.