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That much persecuted and maligned body of intelligent...
Middletown (N.Y.) Times
That much persecuted and maligned body of intelligent men and women calling themselves Christian Scientists are justly proud of a sermon recently preached by Rev. J. Herman Randall, a BaptistA correction was made in the March 17, 1906 Sentinel: "We are glad to print the following extract from a letter received from a friend in Grand Rapids and thus correct the mistake which we unwittingly repeated in the Sentinel. — EDITOR. In the Sentinel of February 24, 1906, page 405, there is a paragraph taken from the Middletown (N. Y.) Times, in which the Rev. J. Herman Randall of Grand Rapids, Mich., is spoken of as a Methodist clergyman. This is a mistake, as Mr. Randall is a Baptist clergyman and at the present time occupies the pulpit of the Fountain Street Baptist Church of this city." clergyman of Grand Rapids, Mich., in which he finds many reasons for commending Mrs. Eddy and her teachings, especially in her insistence upon the constant daily reading of the Bible, and in having given her disciples a means for spiritual development. Sometimes we think the constantly iterated and reiterated abuse and ridicule of the Christian Scientist is one of the best reasons they have for living. It seems strange to us, in this broad and tolerant age, to see any sect thus mis-represented and villified, and it really does us good to see a godly and earnest Methodist Christian taking up the cudgels in their defence. Surely America is big enough to accommodate all shades of belief and entitle them to a respectful hearing.—Middletown (N.Y.) Times.
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What Christian Science is Doing
W. D. MC CRACKAN.
A Reminder from the Past
ELLA D. BUSKIRK.
The Mote and the Beam
JOHN S. CRELLIN.
Pleasant View in Winter
John Brooks Leavitt
According to the Century Dictionary, science is defined as,...
John L. Rendall
We are always pleased to have one admit, as our critic...
Frank C. Russell
Whatever may be believed about Christian Science in the...
Albert E. Miller
The Reading Room Work in Chicago
Helen E. Putnam
with contributions from W. W. Tothsroh, A. Schoonover
Annie M. Knott
Longing for Truth
John B. Willis
An Interesting Letter
John C. Higdon
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from Howard D. Kenyon, Florence M. Lull, Mary Baker Eddy, Elizabeth C. Wickersham, Mercy van Homan, Clarence H. Stockwell
Memory turns back this morning to the year 1897, when...
Jane Kilcrease with contributions from James Marshall
So much of good has been revealed to me through the...
Catharine I. McCoun
Some time ago one of the references in our Lesson-Sermon...
Marie S. Allen
I think it my duty as well as a great privilege to tell what...
Allie McFadden with contributions from Nellie B. Ainsworth
It is my pleasure and privilege to have known and reaped...
Susie L. Bradshaw
I became interested in Christian Science several years ago...
Sarah A. Goodsell
I thank God for Christian Science
One day I had an attack of pneumonia
C. J. Nuckolls
It is near six years since I was healed of asthma through...
Mary Morgan Jones
Along the Upward Way
MARY J. ELMENDORF.
From our Exchanges
with contributions from W. R. INGE
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase