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The June Number of "The Arena"
One of the leading features of the June Arena is a symposium on Christian Science which is editorially referred to in that magazine as follows:—
"In line with the absolutely impartial policy of The Arena, we give space in this number to an officially authorized presentation of the doctrines of Christian Science, to offset, as well as it may, the criticisms of its teachings and methods of propaganda that have hitherto appeared in our pages. The first of the two articles is by a prominent thinker and scholar who has been identified with the movement, and the second is from the pen of the accredited press representative of this growing church. They are therefore authoritative, and are commended to the attention of every one interested in the new spiritual development of our era."
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Violins and Violin Making
with contributions from L. J. Moore, C. W. Brown
with contributions from O. B. Frothingham
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
From Day to Day
Among the Churches
with contributions from E. D. Hall, Norman E. John, W. Spaulding
The Great Siberian Railway
with contributions from Pusey
BY EUNICE POND ATHEY.
BY H. W. N.
Not Opposed to Christian Science
BY EMMA GOULD EASTON.
The Advantages of Attending a Christian Science Church
BY FLORENCE MAGIVNY.
Milton's View of the Supremacy of Good
BY A. C. S.
BY MOWBRAY MARRAS.
Light in a Moulding Room
Andrew H. Rundstaller
Healed after Twenty-five Years of Suffering
The Seed of Truth Sown in Austin, Pa.
Della H. Horn
Christian Science and Dentistry
Flora A. Justus
Healed by Reading Science and Health
Daniel F. Beatty
Christian Science in Childbirth
Laura Charnley with contributions from Phillips Brooks