It has been well said that whereas the common method...

Brooklyn (N. Y.) Eagle

It has been well said that whereas the common method of human reasoning is to induce conclusions from physical phenomena, Mrs. Eddy has taught us to deduce conclusions from spiritual noumena.

The materialist protests against this method of logic, for he says there is no tangible evidence that God is All in all, and there is abundant proof that matter has an omnipresent existence. The psychologist, however, informs us that the evidence of the physical sense cannot be relied upon, and that "matter to the scientist is not matter at all."

Far more convincing than argument or ridicule comes the indisputable evidence of actual demonstration, and pure reason, for the Principle of knowledge, is found to be in perfect accord with both the letter and practice of Christian Science. Richard P. Verrall.
Brooklyn (N. Y.) Eagle.


Be strong!

Say not the days are evil—who's to blame?
And fold the hands and acquiesce—oh, shame!
Stand up, speak out, and bravely, in God's name.

Be strong!

It matters not how deep intrenched the wrong,
How hard the battle goes, the day how long;
Faint not, fight on! To-morrow comes the song.

Maltbie D. Babcock.

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