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The Ethics of Christian Science
Discussed by an Unbeliever who does, however, believe in the Ethics of Justice.
The Evening Leader
First Church of Christ, Scientist, of New Haven, is congratulating itself on the acceptance of a call extended to the Rev. Mr. Simonsen of Brooklyn, who has already commenced his new duties as First Reader of the little band of believers of this faith who have their meeting place on the second floor of the building at 156 Orange Street.
Mr. Simonsen is making arrangements to bring his wife and seven children to this city immediately, and it was during a few minutes' respite in house hunting that I met and talked with this new comer to the city, at the request of one of the members of his flock. Mr. Simonsen's name will suggest to those who keep in close touch with current events along all lines, the great sensation in the Methodist denomination of the country which his coming out for Christian Science created more than a year ago.
Through the press, and Dr. Buckley, editor of the Christian Advocate, one version at least of the story was pretty thoroughly circulated.
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Testimonies given at St. Joseph, Mo.
J. W. G.
The Annual Meeting
To love God; to rejoice in His world; to see and feel . . .
Rodney F. Johonnot
BY JESSE B. TWISS.
The Gulf Stream
BY J. E. FELLERS.
BY LILLIAN K. BUTTERFIELD.
BY E. L. CURRY.
It was through healing that I became interested in Christian Science,...
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