The Christian Science Journal for January is an admirable...

Carolina Spartan

The Christian Science Journal for January is an admirable number for the thoughtful reader who is seeking to know the truth and do the best things. "The Service of One Master," by Samuel Greenwood, shows the impossibility of serving the world and God at the same time. Frank H. Sprague in "Tests of Science" has a scholarly paper on the so-called sciences, showing how little they reveal and how little we know. But as there stated, "Christian Science defines and proves. the actual, legitimate status of man, and so reveals an exact, demonstrable basis for the solution of social problems; supports with incontestable proof the claim that the universe is wholly spiritual and that matter is only 'an image in mortal mind'" (Science and Health, p. 116). There are no dogmatic and bitter controversies in this Journal. In the spirit of love the contributors give a reason for the faith that is in them. The testimonies from the Field show many wonderful cures of disease, and best of all, the spiritual light that is reflected from the great source of light and life and love. If any one wishes to understand what Christian Science is and what the Church is doing, let him read a few numbers of the Journal.

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