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The readers of Mrs. Eddy's book, Science and Health,...
Edinburgh (Scot.) Despatch
The readers of Mrs. Eddy's book, Science and Health, are drawn from all classes of society. Among my Christian Science friends I number people who have taken the highest university honors, and people who are unlearned according to the reckoning of this world. The fact that the book appeals to people of such widely different education and upbringing, proves that Christian Science is not a fad, that it has something of real value to give—something so practical and universal that it meets alike the need of rich and poor, of dreamer and doer, of east and west.
The assertion that Christian Scientists only concern themselves with those who can pay, is untrue. If the congregation in the Christian Science church appears to be it is because this Science has shown many the way out of poverty and out of disease, and supplied their temporal as well as their spiritual needs. Our numbers are constantly increasing, therefore we build new churches; but the funds for these churches are found by the Scientists themselves, without the help of concerts and bazaars.
THE PRESIDENT'S THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION
William H. Taft with contributions from P. C. Knox
PRINCIPLE OR PERSONALITY
M. G. KAINS, M.S.
"LET US COME BEFORE HIS PRESENCE WITH THANKSGIVING"
FRANKLYN J. MORGAN, M.D.
OUT OF DARKNESS INTO LIGHT
FANNY CARSTARPHEN BRADY.
ELOISE CAMERON MAC GREGOR.
D. R. MC NUTT.
OCCASIONS FOR GRATITUDE
MILTON B. MARKS
AGNES FLORIDA CHALMERS.
In his letter contained in your issue of Thursday the...
It will be helpful to remember that Christian Science is...
William E. Brown
The helpful doctrines of Christian Science are as old as...
Abbot Edes Smith
Christian Scientists plant themselves unreservedly on...
Eugene R. Cox
The "Comforter," as defined by Jesus, is not a person,...
Nellie M. Johnson
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
A LETTER BY MRS. EDDY
Mary Baker Eddy
Annie M. Knott
THE NOBLER THANKSGIVING
John B. Willis
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from C. Lilias Ramsay, Mary Baker Eddy, Robert E. Carey, Oscar R. King, Helen Rogers, D. H. Snoke, Anne F. Fiske
with contributions from Nixon Waterman, Grace French, Samuel Paterson Prowse
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science;...
Ozetta M. Booth
It is with the deepest gratitude that I look back on nearly...
Ossie E. Dall with contributions from E. Grace Cannam
This testimonial does not tell half the blessings received...
J. W. Sigel with contributions from Jno. W. Sigel
In January, 1908, about two months after I became interested...
Ethel M. Ilsley
It is now ten years since I first heard of Christian Science
Charles Howard Remmington
Words can never express the gratitude I feel for Christian Science;...
Flora R. Brown with contributions from Emma Roedig
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from A. A. Pfanstichl