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After nearly six months of strenuous endeavor, the...
St. Paul (Minn.) Dispatch
After nearly six months of strenuous endeavor, the attack on Mrs. Eddy and the Christian Science faith has come to an ignominious end. Ex-Senator Chandler has had to admit that success for his party is hopeless. It matters not that the scope of the inquiry has been limited by action of the masters in chancery in a way unsatisfactory to the complainants, for they have had an opportunity to prove, if they could, all that was relevant to the issue. The masters have had a personal interview with the aged head of Christian Science, in which they might determine, from her conversation and demeanor, the soundness of her mind. Mr. Chandler was present at the interview and could probably judge of the effect upon the master of what they then saw and heard. His action would indicate, to an unprejudiced mind, that he had little hope.
It is true, as General Streeter declared, that the plaintiffs' case has consisted wholly in an attack upon Mrs. Eddy's religious beliefs, with no evidence of delusions that would make her incapable of attending to her affairs or that she had been the victim of any conspiracy, as alleged. The only testimony to support the claim of delusions was in reference to her religious beliefs and teachings, questions on which men may honestly differ, and which courts in this country have no authority to decide. It was not established that the doctrines held up to scorn were given any practical application that was injurious to the rights of the plaintiffs or tended to impair the value of her property. As to the latter point, the result has been quite the contrary.
JOHN E. FELLERS.
THE TRUE MEDICINE
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK.
"A SOFT ANSWER TURNETH AWAY WRATH."
THE PERFECT POWER
SOME THOUGHTS CONCERNING TESTIMONIES
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM
WALDO PONDRAY WARREN
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
ALL CLASSES INTERESTED
THE SEEKER'S GUIDANCE
Annie M. Knott
"BEHOLD, I COME QUICKLY"
John B. Willis
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Lilian Whiting, Rosemary O. Anderson, John B. Tillotson, Effie M. Hecker, Jane McK. Myrover, Sarah E. Nye, Margaret Brenenger, W. A. Biller, Catherine Rumney, Sarah Norris, Franc G. Wilkin, Mary F. Hibben, John H. Hibben, Mary L. Moore, H. W. R. Strong, Harriet R. Strong, Effie Hutchinson
with contributions from Editor, George H. Moore
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I rejoice to be a witness to what Christian Science...
Harriet C. Douglas
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Stephen A. Dickson, Stephen Dickson
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A. C. Hackworth
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Lucy M. Ashcroft
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Sarah M. Larrabee
Since childhood I had suffered from disordered...
Emma A. Sherman
Words fail when I attempt to express my gratitude...
I wish to express my gratitude for the many benefits...
Herbert W. Lawrence
I cannot express the great gratitude I feel for having...
Mary Annie Talmage, George James Talmage
Nearly seven years ago, after months of unbroken...
H. Howard Butler
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Wingate Snell