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When our Lord had the discussion with the woman of Samaria at the well, the woman said: "Our fathers worshiped in this mountain; and ye say, that in Jerusalem is the place where men ought to worship.
Christian Science cannot fail.
People have become adherents of Christian Science because it has brought them out of the gloom of much sorrow and tribulation and lifted them into the sunshine of Truth; it has turned them away from many subtle forms of error, destroyed their fears, and turned them to God, infinite, tender Love.
Of course if one were satisfied with misstating another person's premises, there is no particular reason why one should not reduce their conclusions to a reductio ad absurdum.
Your correspondent states that "all true Christian make the Word of God their sole rule of faith and practice, and hold that it contains all things necessary to man's salvation," and then goes on to say, "but Mrs.
In a late issue a critic asserts that he has studied Christian Science "as few Scientists ever do.
Our critic says that preachers, editors, physicians and philosophers have been for years trying to show the "deluded people," who are carried away by Christian Science the errors and deception of this "despicable superstition," but that "in spite of all their efforts it grows by leaps and bounds.
A clergyman tells us that "the duty of the Christian minister is to warn people against danger and error," and he quotes the Scripture, "Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and of the Sadducees.
"Half the people of the present day only imagine that they are ill, and the present fad of the medical profession in adding disease to disease has led many people to call in physicians where they would formerly have applied a little common sense and been well in a few days.
Treatment in Christian Science consists of eliminating fear from the thought of the patient, uplifting his faith and hope to a final realization of God's power to heal, and thus produces on the body the effects of normal functional action.
The local church of Christian Science has decided to erect a modern house of worship, it is reported, on its property in Ontario.
Through long, long years I stumbled, deaf and blindTo all the truths thou camest to unfold:Poor, blind, and self-imprisoned; with vain criesAnd eyes perverse, looking afar to findBlessings that groping hands, by taking hold,Might more than overflowing fulness know.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, and reads no letters on disease, distress, or error of any kind.
The usefulness of the board of lectureship, established by our Leader, Mrs.
In Science and Health we read that "Moses advanced a nation to the worship of God in Spirit instead of matter, and illustrated the grand human capacities of being bestowed by immortal Mind".
Religious history has disclosed no more persistent mortal predisposition than that which leads men to center their interests upon some human sense or symbol of the truth, or some phenomenon of its unfoldment, and give this such emphasis in thought that in the end they quite pass by the truth itself.
The renumbering of the streets in Chicago necessitates the revision of our mailing-lists for that city.
Christian Science in Aldershot, and Aldershot means also the extensive surrounding district, received further impetus by the lecture delivered by Francis J.
Truth is radical, unchanging, and immutable.
I have been interested in Christian Science for two years, and through its teaching I have been so helped and have realized such a change of thought, that I feel as if I had literally been born again, or had had an awakening to a true understanding of the reality of being.
Twelve years ago I suffered from a malignant disease—according to medical diagnosis—and had to submit to an exceedingly painful operation.
When my little girl was about two weeks old, she had what one doctor called a nightmare.
My heart goes out in gratitude to God for what Christian Science has done in our family.
In studying one of the Lesson-Sermons I was impressed with this thought from Isaiah: "I will mention the loving-kindnesses of the Lord;" and I wish to tell, with the thousands of others, what God has done in our home, through Christian Science.
Recently one who was going through the neighborhood, collecting money for the poor, conceived the idea of announcing his approach by playing on a cornet the familiar strain, "Tell me the old, old story of Jesus and his love.
I desire to express my gratitude for Christian Science and what it has done for me.
While reading the current issue of the Journal, wherein I found a great many helpful passages, the thought came to me, Why not write your testimony now?
Twelve years ago I was told by a physician that I must go to a hospital for the removal of an internal growth.
For a number of years I was afflicted, suffering a great deal with what the doctor called chronic diseases, such as cough, headaches, and a very bad leg and foot.
If I were to try to tell the particulars of my healing my testimony would be too long for publication.
I have received so much benefit from Christian Science that I acknowledge my indebtedness for what it has done for me.
So stood of old the holy ChristAmidst the suffering throng;With whom his lightest touch sufficedTo make the weakest strong.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.