Paul, that zealous and mighty apostle of our dear Lord, Christ Jesus, admonished the church in Corinth that their minds be not "corrupted from the simplicity that is in Christ," and again, he reminds them that "truly the signs of an apostle were wrought among you in all patience, in signs, and wonders, and mighty deeds.
Because God is the creator of all that is, He is also the intelligent Principle by which all reality is governed and controlled.
A careful study of the writings of Mrs.
One of the most unfortunate things that has come to us through what we call "higher civilization" is the killing of faith in our power of disease resistance.
Our critic asks why Christian Scientists heal only those who are willing to be healed.
Christian Science heals entirely by a reliance on God, and an absolute faith in His power to cure all manner of diseases, whether functional or organic, and whether in their early or advanced stages.
In regard to the "Emmanuel movement," it is said to be "an alliance between medical science and the forces of religion," and a medical diagnosis determines whether a case is a nervous or functional disorder to be treated by the minister by suggestion and religious influence, or an organic disease to be given regular medical treatment.
America's winner in the running high jump in the Olympic games, Harry F.
The author of the Christian Science text-book does not consult nor read letters on disease.
A good many Christian Scientists appear to be at a loss to decide what is their duty in regard to politics,—what they should do and how much they should do as individuals in the way of taking part in national, state, and municipal elections; but it would seem that these questions should not be difficult of answer.
Christian Science is often criticized on the ground that it "makes so much of matter,"—has so much to say about the physical senses, etc.
The word discipline is very generally taken to mean punishment, or is at least closely associated with it, though the dictionaries give this word as a secondary definition, the first being "systematic training or subjection to authority; especially the training of the mental, moral, and physical power by instruction and exercise.
The next admission of candidates to membership in The Mother Church will be Nov.
A little more than one year ago a copy of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
I have wished for some time to send my testimony to the Sentinel, to tell of the healing of my son of a dreaded fever.
Most persons come to Christian Science through physical suffering.
For forty consecutive years I was addicted to the use of tobacco in all of its forms, even to the vile habit of cigarette smoking.
Hoping that this testimony may help others, as we have been helped, we joyfully send it to the Field.
For me to attempt to tell all the good that Christian Science has done me would be impossible.
It is with great pleasure that I send this testimony, hoping some one will receive help through my experience.
About five years ago, when Christian Science was but a name to me, I began questioning as to what Christ Jesus meant by the "Spirit of truth" which he said he would send to us.
Recently I was asked if Christian Scientists had any religion.
It is now nine years since I became an adherent of Christian Science, and in these long years I have had ample opportunity to receive its blessings.
Every day I feel more grateful for what Christian Science has done for me.
To be a fellow-citizen "with the saints, and of the household of God," is surely a blessed privilege, and Christian Science confers it upon every earnest seeker for Truth.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.