The most largely attended Wednesday evening meeting in the history of Christian Science in this city was held last night [June 25] in Christian Science Hall, the seating capacity being far from sufficient to accommodate those desirous of attending.
It will be observed that in the Quarterly for July—September, the Science and Health references are prepared from the revised edition, and it is now expected that in publice services this edition will be used wherever possible.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, does not consult on disease, nor read letters referring to these subjects.
The rapid growth of a more liberal thought among the Wesleyans of England has been brought out by the recent effort of an ultra-conservative element in the British Conference to place Dr.
If the members of this body will kindly promise us to read no farther, we would like to say that their list and proportions, as they appeared in last week's Sentinel, nullify beyond question all intimations that Christian Scientists are "a lot of cranks and irresponsibles.
The July number of The Era, a Monthly Magazine of Literature.
When Jesus urged his disciples to let their light shine, he not only emphasized the importance of spiritual activity, but he indicated also the true nature of that activity.
The regular visits of the Sentinel furnish a perpetual means of education and enjoyment to the multitude of its readers far and near.
In striving to follow the strait and narrow way in Christian Science we often think of Paul's words in <a class="tome-reference"
The occasional call of a robin heard from day to day telling us of the approaching springtime, brings back to me a beautiful experience.
How gratefully the Sentinel is received and its contents devoured in our household! I greatly appreciate a clean, pure, newspaper that gives us what all mankind need, even food instead of trash.
I can say from the depths of my heart, I thank God for His goodness to men, for a taste of the "Peace which passeth understanding," for a glimpse of the real and a proper sense of Him "whom to know aright is Life eternal.
When I first took Christian Science treatment I was a total wreck.
In the year 1890 my attention was called to Christian Science as a remedy for all kinds of disease.
All the cold winter months have passed, and I have felt absolutely no return of the dreadful cough, hoarseness, and difficulty in breathing that had been my almost constant companions for twenty years or more, and which ordinary physicians, and specialists too, had treated conscientiously, though in vain.
I suffered for years with indigestion in its worst form, with other accompaniments, such as headache palpitation, weakness, and despondency.
I cannot express in words how truly thankful I am for what Christian Science has done for me and for our home.
Ernest Hamlin Abbott has an article in a recent number of The Outlook on "The Revolt Against Convention," the tenth in his series on "Religious Life in America," in which he says: "I found in my fellow-traveler [commercial] a type of a great number of men, as I had met them and talked with them who find in the conventional forms of religious life and thought, little with which to sympathize and much with which to be irritated.
Christian Science: The Religion of Jesus Christ.