As Pastor Emeritus of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mrs.
While it is true that the treatment of disease by Christian Science is radically opposed to the methods of the orthodox medical practitioner, it would be very far from the truth to assume that Christian Scientists entertain towards the members of the medical profession feelings that are in any way hostile or disrespectful.
"The good there is in Christian Science," was the subject of Rev.
The Post knows very little of the doctrinal beliefs and practices of the sect known as Christian Scientists, beyond the fact that some of the most intelligent and representative men and women of the State believe in Christian Science and that it is their business and their right to believe in it without the slightest interference from the doctors or the Legislature.
Our critic has never manifested much love for Christian Science, and his statements regarding it have always had a ring of sarcasm mingled with his misunderstanding of the subject.
No legislation is needed in Missouri for the persecuting of any person or class, so long as that individual or assemblage of individuals is not threatening the peace and safety nor interfering with the rights of any other citizen or legitimate interest of the State.
The author of the Christian Science text-book does not consult nor read letters on disease.
Pleasant View, Concord, N.
I am pleased to say that the following members constitute the Board of Trustees who own my property:—
At the Wednesday evening meeting of April 3, in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, the First Reader, Mr.
[The following letter from one at present in Mrs.
We have given considerable space in this issue to the papers filed in the court in Concord on April 2, and to the statements issued by counsel and the trustees appointed by Mrs.
No thoughtful person can fail to note the great change which is taking place in the world's thought—the advance from a physical to a metaphysical basis of reasoning.
The picture of The Mother Church which The Christian Science Publishing Society now has for sale is a half-tone reproduction, 12 x 15 inches in size, of a view giving the St.
Early in 1904 I was teaching in a private boarding-school.
It is with gratitude to God, and to our Leader, that I give this testimony, hoping that it may be the means of bringing a cup of cold water in Christ's name to some one who is striving through material means to get relief from suffering, as I did for many years, but found no rest or ease until Truth, in Christian Science, freed me from my burden.
Christian Science has indeed made a different woman of me.
I desire to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me.
I first heard of Christian Science in 1887, but only in terms of ridicule from those whom I supposed had thoroughly investigated it and so should be in a position to know much better than I whether it was beneficial or pernicious in its results.
It is now two years since I began the study of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
I am very grateful for Christian Science.
I am a member of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, and my age is sixty-nine.
Christian Science is doing everything for me.
That I am here to-day to give this testimony is wonderful in itself, and I am impelled to bring a tithe of my heartfelt gratitude to our Father-Mother God for the blessings that have come to me through Christian Science, Five years ago it found me in the wilderness, hemmed in on all sides by mountains of error, manifested in nervous and rehumatic trouble, insomnia, etc.
About three years ago, while adjusting a belt, my sleeve caught in the shaft-coupling, which was making two hundred and seventy revolutions per minute.
It is with a heart full of love and gratitude that I can say I have been entirely healed of a dreaded and supposedly incurable disease.
I had been a sufferer from kidney and bowel trouble, for many years.
In June of 1902 I had an experience which proved what even a limited understanding of Christian Science will do in a case of a dreaded disease, supposedly contagious.
How often have I pondered these words from Science and Health.
One evening, while crossing an avenue in East Denver, without any warning I was suddenly struck on the left side by a man riding rapidly on a bicycle.
Under gray skies the wind blows keen and cold—The day is bleak, the world seems dead and old;But all within me glows a soft, strong light,For God is here and in Him is no night.
"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," printed from new plates and containing many important changes and additions by the author.