Among the pictures at the State House about to be shipped to the Jamestown Exposition in connection with the New Hampshire exhibit, are several frames each containing a number of photographs of public buildings, churches, and other institutions, scenery, etc.
To the Editor of The Baptist.
Another source to which thousands have fled for help, and which has called down upon itself the anathema of many leaders, is Christian Science.
If materia medica is not entitled to public censure in the press for failing to check or destroy disease in a given case in its incipiency, there seems to be no good reason why a Christian Science practitioner should have especial notice in the press for not saving the man in the last stages of his trouble, after he had been treated by seven physicians, the last of whom gave up the case.
Sir,—In your issue of recent date you reported a lecture delivered by Canon Parker, in which he refers at some length to Christian Science, and upon which I therefore beg leave to comment.
Religious toleration is one of the basic principles of our republic.
"Christian Science as a doctrine is likely to be adopted by every Christian church in the course of time," says Dr.
Christian Science teaches that God is good—is eternal Principle—God is Life! God is All in all.
In a recent issue of the Advocate you made editorial mention of a minister's attack on Christian Science while addressing the Gospel Missionary Society of New Britain.
Last evening [May 16] the Church Club of Delaware held its annual meeting in the home of the Wilmington Country Club.
While we do not fully endorse all that Christian Science teaches, let it be said that the doctrine has accomplished and will continue to accomplish an immense amount of good in the world, and should command our respect and admiration for the uplifting influence it exerts.
The people of this city have had ample chance to learn something of what Christian Science is; something of what its professors believe and something that comes from their belief.
John Kendrick Bangs' calculation that all these attacks on Mrs.
No subject is demanding greater attention to-day than Christian Science.
The author of the Christian Science text-book does not consult nor read letters on disease.
[The interview granted by Mrs.
Our Leader's definition of "children," as given in the glossary of our text-book, is very remarkable and lifts thought far above the ordinary human concept.
The photographs of branch churches which arrived within the time specified in the recent request of The Christian Science Publishing Society, made through the Sentinel, will be displayed in connection with the "International Book and Paper Exposition" in Paris, from July to November of this year.
After a period of eight years the congregation of First Church of Christ, Scientist, of this city, saw on June 16 the consummation of their most earnest desires—the dedication of their church, free from all debt or encumbrance.
The question that Pilate asked comes to each one of us—"What is truth?
I avail myself of the opportunity to testify to the wonderful healing I received by accepting the truth taught in Christian Science.
A recent Lesson-Sermon has brought back to me the thoughts which came when as a little boy I learned in Sunday School of the miracles performed by Jesus, and was told that God had sent him to earth and given him this power that the people might believe in God.
Sincere gratitude for all the good that I have received through Christian Science prompts the writing of this testimony.
I wish to express my gratitude for our Lesson-Sermons.
It is now over a year since I was healed through Christian Science of what several different physicians called severe nervous trouble.
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me, physically, spiritually, and in every way.
In 1904 I was in a critical condition with a complication of diseases.
In 1889 I became interested in Christian Science through the healing of my wife after a number of physicians said they could do nothing more for her.
Three years ago last June I was healed of what the doctors called a very serious case of stomach trouble.
"Your boy's eyes have been put out by a powder explosion!" was the exclamation of the crowd that had gathered about the house to which I had been called by telephone.
From childhood I was considered very delicate.
Sects, ye have your day and die,Eddies in the stream of truth,—The great current, sweeping by,Leaves you swirled in shapes uncouth,Born to writhe, and glint, and woo—Broken mirrors of the Blue.
"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," containing many important changes and additions by the author.