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The greater part of a Christian Scientist's practice is...
Rockford (Ill.) Republic
The greater part of a Christian Scientist's practice is with those who have spent the most of their lives, and generally all their cash, in treating with the drug system, and have finally, and as a last resort, turned to Christian Science, with perhaps a faint hope that something might be done to relieve their suffering.
Christian Science is doing much towards the uplifting of humanity which is known only to the beneficiaries and their immediate friends. This regenerating work includes the healing of sickness, intemperance in all its phases, dishonesty, hatred, malice, and their attendant evils; and the method employed, which is Christian Science practice, is scientific. Christian Scientists cannot truthfully be charged with neglect. No class of practitioners takes into consideration the conditions, mental or otherwise, which surround the patient, as do the Christian Scientists, and none work with more vigilance to relieve their patients from suffering and restore them to health; and the reason for their success is to be found in their perfect basis.
The application, however, is not always made with understanding, and therein lies the possibility of failure. All we ask is that we shall be judged by results as a whole.
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Imagination vs. Illusion
LOU MORSE EARLE.
An Important Question
IRA C. HUBBELL.
The Child and the Dragon
HELEN L. SWASEY.
GEORGE L. BRETT.
Following the Pattern
J. E. FELLERS.
To the Christian Scientist, the proof that the inspired...
Norman E. John
While Christian Science maintains the truth of Jesus'...
David B. Ogden
Among the Churches
with contributions from R. Erard, M. I. Brown, Millie Mckenzie
An Interesting Letter
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Appreciation of the Manual and Concordance
Margaret A. Varey
A Letter to our Leader
Helen I. Younger
with contributions from C. A. Frye
with contributions from W. L. Trowbridge
As I sit here to-night, my thought goes back to the time...
Claude L. Brittain
It was the hunger and thirst for righteousness, that led...
Matilda R. Brooks
I wish to acknowledge the benefits I have received from...
A. S. Vanvaley
Soon after taking class instruction I was asked by a...
Annie R. Bearse
We are often asked by those out of Christian Science,...
George E. Thompson, L. G. Reynolds
I first attended a Christian Science meeting last July, and...
George Harvey Pierce
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