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FROM OUR EXCHANGES
It is very difficult to reconcile with honest faith the timidity with which men hold the most fundamental truths. If they held these truths as a matter of conviction and experience rather than as intellectual opinions, they would not be afraid; because truth is in its nature impregnable. No man can really believe in a truth without being sure of its ultimate triumph. It is not strange that men are timid when they do not hold truth in its integrity; for believing in a truth is a much more difficult matter than many people comprehend. It is easy to have an opinion. It is not easy to make that opinion so much a part of one's character and life that it passes over into a deep and unshakable belief.
The adherents of Christian Science can make no more effective appeal than the declaration that their belief casts out fear and delivers those who accept it from the bondage to this ancient foe of the human race. Fear has no place in the life of any man or woman who believes either in God or in humanity. It is a survival of a semi-barbarous age, a specter that lingers, like the superstitions which children still cherish, from the times when men divided the world between God and the devil, with much the larger part to the devil.
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FOR CIVIC AND INDUSTRIAL PEACE
Frank W. Gale, Mary Baker G. Eddy
THE REWARD OF CHARITY
C. W. JENNINGS
IS THE CHRIST-HEALING INSTANTANEOUS?
REV ARTHUR REEVES VOSBURGH
THE DIVINE IMAGE
EVA A. H. BARNES
As the papers seem full of references to Christian Science...
Charles G. Bliss
with contributions from A. K. Frain, Bertha M. Parce, W. S., A. B. Osborne, L. C. Holden, John M. Henderson, E. W. Dickey, William E. Smythe, Editor
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Mary Baker Eddy with contributions from Ione Revenaugh
"UNDER HIS WINGS SHALT THOU TRUST"
John B. Willis
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from John B. Willis, Mary Baker G. Eddy, Uriannie P. Grover, Frances S. Cook, Sue Mims, Florence H. Schellinger, Julia Hayes Glidden, Sarah V. Green, A Business Man
AMONG THE CHURCHES
with contributions from Grace E. Emison
"HE IS FAITHFUL THAT PROMISED"
I wish to acknowledge all the good I have received in...
J. B. Burchard
I feel it a duty as well as a pleasure to give my testimony...
From childhood I was afflicted by several diseases
Amelia A. Swaty
As one rescued from hopeless sickness and misery, I...
Mary E. Allen
I was healed through Christian Science in September,...
In years gone by, while living almost entirely in the...
Martha H. Freeman
JNO. M. DEAN
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from G. M. Twitchell