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Christian Science Testimony
Certainly Christian Science is a good thing—for Christian Scientists. At the great testimonial meeting at Tremont Temple last night (Wednesday, June 26), many testified to what might well be termed miraculous cures of which they themselves were living testimony.
Many will no doubt refuse to accept this evidence from these people, and many Christians will prove to be doubting Thomases; indeed, they will very likely prove the most sceptical, as they have already shown themselves to be the most violently opposed to Christian Science.
Yet the Christian accepts the miracles recorded in the New Testament, indeed, much of the Christian's faith is founded on this sort of testimony of the Divine authority. The Christian church has preserved evidences of many miracles since the time of Jesus, and millions of Christians believe in those records of supernatural power.
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Robert Haven Schauffler
Among the Churches
with contributions from Ella Hensley, Fannie McBride Stinson, Margaret G. Meehan, John D. Carle
From a Unitarian Clergyman
William H. Savary
Letter of Dismission
with contributions from Charles Humphrey
A Word of Thanks
A.E.R. with contributions from Thomas Carlyle
BY L. E. LITZSINGER.
Can Christianity Heal?
D. D. Baynes
BY A. E. VAN OSTRAND.
BY HERBERT S. FULLER.
A Tribute to our Leader
A. B. C. with contributions from Whittier
Bad Habits Outgrown
George F. Guile
Charles R. Miller
Caroline F. James
Rejoicing in Freedom
with contributions from Henry Ward Beecher