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Regardless of what one may believe or disbelieve concerning...
Hanford (Cal.) Sentinel
Regardless of what one may believe or disbelieve concerning the claims made for Christian Science as a "medicine" for the curing of diseases and the conservation of healthy manhood, those who listened to the address of Bicknell Young last night were impressed with his scholarly manner and splendid ability to present his case, and his liberality based upon the basic teaching of that Science which he claims is the product of thought. If all doctrinarians would present their case in the spirit which characterizes the lecture of Mr. Young, there would be some rational thinking that would do the world a lot of good, whether it established permanently the Christian Science thought or not. In these days of rant and fury, it is certainly refreshing to be able to listen to a scholar who treats his subject rationally, and his hearers as if they were possessed of a fair supply of good sense and understanding.
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M. G. KAINS, M.S.
WISHING FOR DAY
ETHEL M. LOVE.
LOVE AND SUCCESS
JOHN S. CRELLIN.
LENA M. HALL.
This life is full of sorrowful things, but the most sorrowful...
Excerpts free a translation of an article by Baroness A. von Amstel
Jesus conceded many points in the face of prevalent...
R. Stanhope Easterday
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
THE EASTER KNOWING
John B. Willis
THE STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Augusta E. Stetson, Mary B. G. Eddy, Joel B. Dow, Geo. B. Saunders, Anna Thilo, G. M. Giffen, Herbert C. Jeffers, Cora E. Downer, Frank King Clark, Lyman J. Hubbard
with contributions from B. B. Brett, Fred Paul Groscup, W. H. Dodd, E. M. Semple
It is with a thankful heart that I give this testimony...
David W. Moran
After but two weeks' treatment in Christian Science I...
About July, 1901, I attended, seemingly by chance, a...
Garret H. Van Houten
Words fail to express my gratitude for Christian Science...
Mamie E. Davis
I am sending a testimony of my healing in the hope...
I have been helped so often by the testimonies of others...
I desire to bear witness to the healing and saving...
Gertrude E. Mosher
Christian Science was first brought to my notice about...
E. Tarrissa Philpott
I would like to add my grateful testimony to the many...
I would add my all too feeble expression of gratitude...
Robert C. Hawkins
I have been interested in Christian Science a number of...
Margaret J. Tupper
Mrs. Eddy says, "Let us rejoice that we are subject to...
George A. Andrews
It was nearly a year ago that I first became interested in...
Glendolen T. Bens
HERBERT P. THOMAS.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from R. P. Anderson