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America's winner in the running high jump in the...
Cleveland (O.) News
America's winner in the running high jump in the Olympic games, Harry F. Porter, who was credited with a record-breaking jump of six feet three inches, is known among his associates in the Irish-American A. C. of New York, of which he is a member, as the "Christian Science athlete." This title Porter gained through his queer methods of training and his belief in the teaching of Christian Science as applied to athletics. In his entire career as an athlete Porter has never undergone the same training routine as other athletes. He does not believe in it, and his trainers, both at Cornell, where he first gained fame, and later at the various clubs in New York, always indulged what they at first regarded as a mere whim, but which they later came to regared with respect. Porter's belief is that he is always in perfect condition; that no special preparation is necessary for competition in athletic contests, and that an athlete need only consider himself fit to do his best. This rule might not apply in many cases, but in the case of Porter it has never failed.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND THE LAMBETH CONFERENCE
LAW VERSUS STATEMENT
BLANCHE HERSEY HOGUE.
THE QUINTESSENCE OF DUST
WILLARD S. MATTOX.
"BY MENTAL, NOT MATERIAL PROCESSES."
CARL HORTON PIERCE.
"LOVE IN A MIST."
Paul, that zealous and mighty apostle of our dear Lord,...
Mrs. Livingston Mims
Because God is the creator of all that is, He is also the...
John H. Rendall
A careful study of the writings of Mrs. Eddy will reveal...
R. Stanhope Easterday
One of the most unfortunate things that has come to us...
Orison Swett Marden
Mrs. Eddy has not denied the fact of judgment or...
J. V. Dittemore
In regard to the "Emmanuel movement," it is said to...
Frank W. Gale
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
"MAKING MUCH OF MATTER."
John B. Willis
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Jules Maurice Gaspard, Lillian Harding, Albert W. Le Messurier, Fanny S. Ferris, Alida Phillips, J. R. George, David Anderson, Unity D. Dancy, Arthur L. Hitchcock, Ella E. Perry
with contributions from W. D. Bailey, G. A. Kratzer, S. E. Bone
A little more than one year ago a copy of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Most persons come to Christian Science through physical...
Cornelia F. Maury
For forty consecutive years I was addicted to the use...
George R. Bringhurst
About five years ago, when Christian Science was but...
Sarah C. Lockwood
To be a fellow-citizen "with the saints, and of the household...
Harriet F. T. Giles
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Benjamin S. Winchester, Edwin Markham