The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
THE usual Wednesday evening meeting of June 26, was held in Tremont Temple instead of the Mother Church, the attendance being so large that the auditorium of the Mother Church was wholly inadequate.
We republish from the Daily Patriot of Concord, N.
It is estimated that about three thousand Christian Scientists were present at Pleasant View, the home of the Rev.
The editor of The Sunday Herald of Omaha, Neb.
An important event in the history of the Christian Science movement in Chicago will be the dedication, on July 14, of the new church edifice in the west division of the city, corner of Washington Boulevard and Leavitt Street, known as Third Church of Christ, Scientist, of Chicago.
The value of our publications is largely determined by the quality of the contributions which come to us from the Field, and this fact should command the attention of all Christian Scientists.
An active Christian Scientist of Chicago, who is also a prominent and successful business man, sends us the following thought-gem upon the subject of Success:—
Four large congregations assembled for successive but identical services of the annual Communion at the Christian Science Church, Norway and Falmouth Streets, on Sunday.
At the semi-annual meeting of First Church of Christ, Scientist, held in Christian Science Hall, Thursday evening, June 27, 1901, it was unanimously voted that the hearty thanks of this church be extended to the citizens of Concord for the courtesy shown to the Christian Scientists who visited this city on Tuesday of this week, at the invitation of our Leader, the Reverend Mary Baker Eddy.
A thought which has been very helpful to me, since taking up the study of Christian Science, is the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man.
Christian Scientists are frequently asked "How do you know that the teachings of Mrs.
How clearly and unmistakably Peter brought out the sense of what constitutes true riches in the healing of the impotent man at the gate of the temple called Beautiful.
He who perceives the first faint glimmer of light, radiating from the Truth as revealed in Science and Health, feels a thrill of joy such as was never before experienced.
I was thinking early Easter morning of the Resurrection and of the experience of the two Marys, who were first privileged to see the risen Christ, I recalled in this connection the last chapter of Saint Mark, and pictured the two women going early to the sepulchre to pay their loving tribute and anoint the body of him whom they so dearly loved.
In a sermon on "Happiness and Unhappiness," based on the account of Jesus' appearance to the disciples at the lakeside after his resurrection, the Rev.
Christian Science, the Religion of Jesus Christ.