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Christian Scientists rest secure in the consciousness of...
Fort Dodge (Ia.) Messenger
Christian Scientists rest secure in the consciousness of the integrity of their motives, they are striving to be Christian, to overcome evil with good, and to aid in the physical, moral, and spiritual regeneration of humanity. They have no hesitancy in allowing what has already been accomplished in this direction to serve as an index of what may still be accomplished. This has not been done by "formula," by hypnotism, nor by any other so-called paraphernalia of the "carnal" mind, but by the divine efficacy of God's laws which heal both sin and sickness, by strict adherence to the good and utter repudiation of all that works evil.
A Holy Habitation
BLANCHE H. HOGUE.
Why Science First Appealed to Me
FRANCES HOLBROOK PFEIFFER.
"This kind can come out by nothing, save by prayer"
WILLIAM HOLMAN JENNINGS.
"The way of salvation"
M. MAC L.E.
The philosophy of Christian Science is idealistic, that is,...
G. Howard Wilson
Does not our critic see that if sin is real, then every time...
Charles D. Reynolds
with contributions from Esther Watson, John V. Dittemore, T. W. Illman, Lewis C. Strang
"Proof, security, and authority"
John E. Fellers
The Views of a Physician
Peace and Progress
Annie M. Knott
In Him We Move
John B. Willis
Letters to our Leader
Franc B. Curry with contributions from Margaret Harley, Daise G. Molony, Emma De Prosse, Wm. M. Goodwin
It seems to me that the time has come when I should give...
Isaac S. Ambrose
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I write of what...
Alice G. Klein
While still confronted with problems that seem unsolved,...
Effie J. Fletcher
My best expression of gratitude to our dear Leader, Mrs. Eddy,...
After an unsuccessful operation, I turned to Christian Science,...
Virginia H. Remmer
I feel impelled to write of the blessings which are mine...
Fanny G. T. Miles
From our Exchanges
with contributions from W. F. Whitlock, W. J. Dawson
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase