The recommendation which the Naval Board of Construction has made to the Secretary of the Navy for the construction of the three scout cruisers—Chester, Salem, and Birmingham—contemplate that the Fore River Shipbuilding Company build two of the vessels,—one equipped with reciprocating engines, the other with turbine engines; the Bath.
SOME weeks ago, during a series of evangelistic meetings held in a Western city, the attention of a Christian Scientist was especially directed to this subject, "Get right with God," which had been announced for discussion at a specified time.
IN a year full of blessings, one great gift came to me through our beloved Leader's Dedication Address to the Concord Church, and I should be ungrateful indeed did I not recognize the give with the gift.
THOSE critics of Christian Science who contend that good and evil are co-related and so blend into one another that no clear separation is possible, need to have it pointed out to them that such a conclusion rests upon false dualistic premises and that no amount of reasoning from this standpoint can give them the needed information.
THE richer significance of brotherhood, as revealed in the teaching of our text-book, came to me a short time ago.
As one listened recently in a Wednesday evening meeting of Christian Scientists to their testimonies of good works, — the healing of sorrow, sickness, and sin, —and remembered that all over this country and in many other parts of the world similar meetings, with like exalted testimonies, were being held every Wednesday evening in the year, it was all at once seen, and with great joy, that in Christian Science is to be found what the Apostle Paul saw when he wrote to the Romans and to all the world of "the glorious liberty of the children of God.