To-day my famished heart looks up to thee, Master and Lord, on Galilean coast, And, looking on past waves of sin, I see Revealed the living Christ earth's fears had lost.
A careful reader of your symposium on the subject of drugless healing of the sick, which appeared in a recent issue, must have noticed that nearly all of the contributors, every one of whom was a clergyman, took occasion to make some disparaging comment on Christian Science.
Christian Science denies the existence of sin and disease in the sense of their being any part of God's "very good" creation.
Christian Science is founded upon divine Principle—this Principle is God—God understood.
Christian Science is based upon the Scriptural teaching of God and the Scriptural affirmation concerning His creation.
That argument by proof-texts is futile, is not my opinion alone and that of the Church Times; it is the opinion of the thinking world.
If one does not believe in or acknowledge the Christ, of course no science nor anything else can, by such an one, be considered of Christthat is, Christian.
This sentiment, expressed by you in a recent editorial concerning Christian Science, impressed me very much: "Omnipotence does not admit of failure.
In a recent issue appears a report of the convention of Christian churches, in which a clergyman is quoted as saying, "There is not one good thing in Christian Science that does not come from Christ.
The next admission of candidates to membership in The Mother Church will be Nov.
The author of the Christian Science text-book does not consult nor read letters on disease.
The witty paragrapher of the Boston Herald has paid his respects to The Christian Science Monitor in a characteristic and hearty way which pleases us, notwithstanding the rather gruesome ending of his words of welcome to our newspaper.
Job's mournful question, "If a man die, shall he live again?
As one looks out upon earth's millions to-day, he finds nothing in the whole list of wrongs that makes stronger appeal to his sympathy and sense of right than the condition of those who, through no fault of their own, are brought into subjection to ceaseless pain and misery, the vast army of those who are branded, and perchance at their birth, with that blighting word "incurable," and committed by medial authority to the prison-house of disease and despair, surely nothing could be more moving than these pictures of an unjust fate.
The sale price of The Christian Science Monitor will be two cents copy, and the subscription price in the United States, Canada, and Mexico will be five dollars for one year, or three dollars for six months; in all other countries eight dollars and four dollars and fifty cents respectively.
Bicknell Young, the accredited lecturer on Christian Science from Boston, U.
For the spiritual uplift that I have received through the reading of Christian Science literature, especially that grand book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by our beloved Leader, and by contact in the daily walks of life with Christian Scientists, I find myself each day more grateful than adjectives would enable me to state.
When Christian Science first appealed to me I seemed to be plunged in a sea of despair.
I wish to express through our periodicals my gratitude for the blessings of Christian Science.
When I first commenced to take treatment in Christian Science I was a wreck.
My wife and myself can never be grateful enough to God, infinite Love, for all the blessings which have come to us through the revelation of Christian Science, as our inspired Leader, Mrs.
Christian Science came to me at the darkest time of my life.
When I found my way to Christian Science in 1903 I was partly lame, and materia medica had declared my trouble to be incurable.
About two years ago my baby boy was born.
In the latter part of January my husband was taken ill with serious rheumatic trouble.
For the past two and a half years I have been getting so much help from the Christian Science literature that I feel it is time to make some small return, which I do with the hope that what I have to tell may help some other as I have been so often helped.
The time has come when I feel that I should tell what Christian Science has done for me.
Three years ago I seemed to be a mental wreck and without hope.
I am very glad to have the opportunity of giving a testimony of my healing in Christian Science.
To the testimonies of many others I wish to add my own thanks and appreciation for the benefits I have received since becoming interested in Christian Science, about a year ago.
It is with deep gratitude to God for Christian Science that I send this testimony.
I wish that I might in some manner express my gratitude for the benefits derived from Christian Science.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.