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Progress in England
Apart from the many in this country who have found in Christian Science, health, happiness, and peace, its progress has reached the stage when not only have most people heard something of its healing work, but many have come to recognize that they are confronted with phenomena not easily to be explained away, whatever the supposed power behind may be.
Though the roots of Truth have been strongly fixed in the soil for some years, the growth has been in part unnoticed in the great whirl of conflicting thought. But the plant has now shot up into a stately tree, and can no longer be ignored or hidden amongst the stunted growths surrounding it.
London is the heart of Great Britain; in it the intellect and progress as well as the unconscious impulse concentrate, and the thought strikes out and feeds a movement away from its center. It is partly because of this, perhaps, that the work of Christian Science in London has been so farreaching.
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Progress in England
ALICE A. HOUBLON.
The New Tongue
M. G. KAINS.
WILLIAM W. PORTER.
When the South Wind blows Softly
The Word Demonstration
The healing in Christian Science is not the greatest tenet...
To the Christian Scientist it is quite clear that God, being...
John L. Rendall
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
"The everlasting gospel"
Annie M. Knott
John B. Willis
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from A. Cora Jones, Valeria J. Campbell, Annie E. Hinds, Kate Morey, Mary W. Weldon
In January, 1892, when living in Rochester, Vermont,...
Annie L. Messer
With a heart overflowing with gratitude to God, to the...
Ida G. Beauford
While playing on the ice, my little girl, thirteen years old...
Mary M. Rockwell
I am very grateful for Christian Science
It is with the deepest sense of gratitude that I send my...
Marian V. Loud
It is with a grateful heart that I send this testimony,...
Mary E. Keenan
I did not become interested in Christian Science through...
Leon A. Jacobs
The Little Scientist
From our Exchanges
with contributions from English, E. A. Beaman