Thousands of earnest, sincere, intelligent men and women are believers in Christian Science; other thousands, equally earnest, sincere, and intelligent, believe it is a fad, delusion, or craze.
Certainly Christian Science is a good thing—for Christian Scientists.
The annual message of the Rev.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The North American Review for August, 1901, contains a ten page article from the pen of Mr.
A writer in The Baptist Watchman says, "There is a certain class of minds which would repudiate the New Testament revelation if it should turn out that the mustardseed is not actually the least of all seeds.
From the sprightly little paper called Among the Clouds, published at Mt.
Under the above heading the Christian Register of July 18, 1901, publishes a reply by Mr.
The following letter from a Unitarian clergyman acknowledging the practical worth of Christian Science, was written in response to the above article.
When the heart once enshrouded in darkness and gloom,Has been filled with the sunshine of God,Were it Possible then to conceal the bright raysAs they scatter their radiance abroad?
Notice having come to First Church of Christ, Scientist, London, of an address on Christian Science, under the heading "Can Christianity heal?
Let us consider the question, What is success?
The graduating exercises of St.
Early experiences in our work in coming into Christian Science are helpful.
Ever since I was a mere child, my hearing in both ears has been greatly impaired, brought about by excessive earache.
A few years ago I was afflicted with a large fibroid tumor and was under medical treatment for several months without being benefited.
Born in 1841, I served in the Confederate Army, and for thirty-three years have prospected and mined in Montana.
In the testimony "Desire for Tobacco Overcome," which was published on page 737 of the Sentinel for July 18, the third sentence in the third paragraph should read, "This demonstration was made finally and completely in Houston, Tex.
Christian Science, the Religion of Jesus Christ.