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One of the largest congregations of yesterday [November 9] was that at the Grand Opera House when Mrs. Mims, in a clear and convincing line of argument, propounded and expounded the beliefs, the objects, and results of Christian Science.
There was no possible room left for doubting the deep impression made by the lecturer upon her listeners, who reached from the orchestra circle and parquet to the rear of the family circle and balcony.
Included among the listeners were a number of Atlanta divines, who paid the closest attention to every word and explanation of Mrs. Mims. The audience, too, was distinctly locally cosmopolitan, embracing both the representatives of Atlanta's most exclusive circles and those who move in the plainer paths of the workaday world.
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Christian Science not Pantheism
John L. Rendall
The Contagion of Health
Edward C. Butler
In Answer to Criticism
Judge Fair Judgment
Albert E. Miller
The Quality of Faith
with contributions from Hamilton W. Mabie
Among the Churches
with contributions from Eva E. Bunker, Ada Beers Foster, Jennie L. Willis, Mary Callender
The Sky of the Heart
Maltbie D. Babcock
The Master's Test of True Discipleship
MARY A. DAGGETT
The Sun is Shining
The Phraseology of our Testimonies
MARTIN F. JACKSON
A Good Suggestion
W. H. MACFARLANE
with contributions from J. R. Mosley, Albert S. Batchelder, S. Burd Edwards, A.E. Jennings, Charles B. Jamieson
I feel that I can no longer put off acknowledging the...
B. Eaton Brooklyn
It is amazing from what a mere fraction of fact concerning...
with contributions from F. W. Robertson, Norman Macleod