Christian Science to-day stands for the appearing of a great truth, which is unfolding to human consciousness as naturally, scientifically, and irresistibly as did the truth about the solar system.
Christian Science is Christian idealism pushed remorselessly home to its logical and inevitable conclusions.
"Jesus bore our infirmities; he knew the error of mortal belief, and 'with his stripes [the rejection of error] we are healed' ".
The "wisdom from above" which has come to Mrs.
Faith-cure, will-power, hypnotism, and spiritualism are not concomitant with Christian Science practice.
Christian Science does not teach that there is no earth, although it does teach that there is no actual reality to matter and evil.
The only eternity of life that most people expect and hope for is the eternity of consciousness or mind.
Christian Science is the greatest discovery yet made for the amelioration of the ills women thinks they are afflicted with, and the man blessed with a wife who believes in that faith should thank his lucky stars.
Services of an interesting nature were held at First Church of Christ, Scientist, Clossee Street, Western Square, on Easter Sunday, the occasion being the dedication of the church, which, although opened for worship eight years ago, could not be formally dedicated while any indebtedness remained upon the property or building.
The new Concordance to Science and Health, revised and brought up to date to give the students of Christian Science every facility for the careful study of the text-book, is now on sale.
The author of the Christian Science text-book does not consult nor read letters on disease.
Executive Members' Meetings.
The approach of the Communion season naturally turns the thoughts of Christian Scientists toward that "joyful meeting" of our Lord with his disciples "on the shore of the Galilean Sea".
In the opening paragraphs of the chapter in Science and Health on "Christian Science Practice," Mrs.
In reading the Scriptures and striving to gain their spiritual sense, we are sometimes startled to see how great a hold traditional belief has upon us.
Bicknell Young of Chicago lectured in the Auditorium, Thursday evening, April 9, to a very attentive audience of nearly three thousand people.
At the age of forty I was healed of serious kidney disease, of a supposedly inherited stomach and rheumatic trouble, etc.
In August, 1905, I was very ill with stomach trouble.
I did not come to Christian Science for physical healing.
It is with a feeling of love and gratitude that I write what Christian Science has done for me.
Christian Science has been of such incalculable benefit to me that it is a pleasure to tell what it has done.
In attempting to get a package which was out of my reach, I finally secured it by balancing on the toes of one foot; then I came down on the other foot with all my weight, piercing my slipper and the ball of my foot for a half inch with a rusty nail.
As far back as I can remember I had generally been ailing, and when I reached manhood my sufferings increased so that life seemed not worth living.
For the abundance of good which my family and I have received since coming into Christian Science, and especially for the clearer understanding of its teachings which I have gained during my two years' stay in America, I wish to give thanks.
I wish to express my thanks for what Christian Science has done for me.
Though not a professed follower of Christian Science, yet I have seen sufficient proofs in my own family to satisfy me that it is the truth, and I gladly give a recent demonstration in my own case.
When Christian Science came to me, I discovered that like the men of Athens I was ignorantly worshiping an "unknown God.
O God, our Life, upon whose tender breastAs trustful babes our heart should ever rest,Knowing that evil hath nor place nor part,Nor any voice nor kingdom where Thou art.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.