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Science and Immortality
The Boston Journal
Dr. William Osler, in his Ingersoll lecture on "Science and Immortality," finds nothing in scientific discoveries to buttress the idea of immortality. But, on the other hand, he finds nothing which disproves it. The most that he can say for himself is that he would rather be mistaken with Plato than be right with those who deny altogether the life after death.
But it need occasion no surprise that modern science finds no proof of immortality. The processes and the instruments of science are not fitted for such an investigation. It remains forever true that the things of the spirit are spiritually discerned. It is not to the telescope and the microscope but to the human consciousness that the appeal lies. The soul is not less real because its connection with the outward physical frame and its control over it remain inscrutable mysteries.
The Pearl of Great Price
A Divided House
REV. T. HOWARD WILSON
Lesson from the New Church Building
OLIVE F. HUMPHREY
The One Hundred and Nineteenth Psalm
L. M. C.
REV. WILLIAM P. MC KENZIE
Gulliver and the Lilliputians
ALICE L. HAMILTON
There is a Land
YSABEL DE WITTE KAPLAN.
The Spread of Disease
with contributions from B. W. Green, J. B. Bridges, Laura Lathrop, J. E. McKeighan
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
From the Isles of the Sea
T. H. C. Lofthouse, Mary Baker G. Eddy
"One thing is needful"
Law and Testimony
Annie M. Knott
"Whom ye ignorantly worship"
John B. Willis
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from Helene Heugh, Frank Bell, William C. Kaufman, G. Alexander
A Pearl from Abroad
It is with gratitude that I write of my healing in Christian Science....
Elizabeth A. George
A little over a year ago I was suffering greatly with an...
Pauline E. Bigelow
I would like to tell, if I could, all the good that has come...
Sarah J. Bailey
I wish to tell what Christian Science has done for me....
Two years ago I was an invalid, suffering from chronic...
Mary F. Philpott
It required disease, suffering, sorrow, a desolate home...
I wish to tell what Christian Science has done for me...
FLORENCE V. EDDS
From our Exchanges
with contributions from Lyman Abbott, Stephen A. Chase
A Word from Mr. Chase
Stephen A. Chase