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The best way to make the Cause of Christian Science...
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The best way to make the Cause of Christian Science grow in this community is to attack it after the style of the man brought here by the Protestant ministers to "expose" it. There are many steps in the process of reasoning followed by the adherents of Mrs. Eddy, and there are many things in the teachings of modern Protestantism that are yet unexplained and must be taken by faith or not at all; but it does not argue that a thing is false because we do not understand it or are not able to explain it. We do not know why the sun shines, and only theory tells why its heat produces certain results, but are we justified in denying the existence of the results because we do not understand?
The belief in Christian Science produces certain results in those who believe in it and in those who practise it, and they have occurred right here in this city. It is only the wilfully blind who do not see. The intolerance of others who do not believe will not destroy Christian Science, and persecution of the band of women in this city who compose the local branch will raise up for them friends of whom the persecuting ministerial association dreams not.
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"JUSTIFIED BY FAITH."
WILLIS F. GROSS.
ANNIE DINSMORE MC CLURE.
DENNIS L. ROGERS.
DREAMING AND WAKING
REASON RIGHTLY DIRECTED
THE ADVANTAGE OF KNOWING
Christian Science has now been known and taught...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
It was certainly kind of the critic to go out of his way...
Charles K. Skinner
Cultured and deep-thinking men and women of all...
It is very clearly recognized by Christian Scientists that...
John L. Rendall
All Christian Scientists are prepared to put to practical...
W. S. Morris, Jr.,
Our critic cannot measure Christian Science accurately...
James D. Sherwood
AMONG THE CHURCHES
with contributions from Shakespeare
"PROVE ALL THINGS."
John B. Willis
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Jessie S. Letherman, William R. Best, Eugene R. Cox, Ethel Donne, Emily H. Gardner, The Committee, M. Belle Brady, Louisa Harris, William G. Westle, Charles M. Howe, Jenness B. Frear, Agnes F. Chalmers
with contributions from Paul M. North, Ezra W. Palmer, William E. Morgan
I have been an adherent of Christian Science for the...
Words seem to fail me as I try to think how I may tell...
Emma L. R. Revell
Like so many others, I had my own opinion of what...
Rebecca Jane Strobridge
My first Christian Science treatment overcame neuralgia...
Howard I. Shaw
Christian Science came to us at a time when we were...
During the summer of 1907 I was almost bedfast from...
J. E. Rheu with contributions from Lorena Helder Morse
The joy, the happiness which have been revealed to me...
Elsie B. Carveth
About four years ago, while at work one evening, some...
Matilda Werth with contributions from Fred Werth, Tillie Werth
Before April, 1908, I had attended the Wednesday...
B. O. Boothby
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science...
Jane Cornell Van Hoesen
JOSEPHINE W. HEERMANS
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Charles W. Burrowes, Lyman Abbott