Are there not many signs that we have entered upon the "last days"—the last days of error?
Once, while reading the twentieth chapter of Exodus, I was struck by the narrowness of the limit within which most people confine the meaning of the third commandment, "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.
The 88th edition of The Mother Church Manual, containing all of the recent changes, has been issued and is now on sale.
The headmaster of Eton, and the author of the pamphlet to which Canon Lyttelton's endorsement in the preface alone lends any significance, have been guilty of an indiscretion.
If our critic's teachings border, as he says, on both those of Christian Science and a movement which advocates the use of drugs with prayer, it necessarily follows that his ideas are a combination of opposites which find no amalgamation either in logic or application, since Christian Science is as far removed from this movement as the divine will upon which Christ's teachings were based is removed from the human, hypnotic self-will.
In a late issue the statement is made that the Jew should beware of the "false God of Christian Science.
We are not seeking to convert or proselyte.
In an article headed "Mental Healing" in a late issue, "The Hospital" enumerates a list of reputed therapeutic mental agencies, among the number being Christian Science.
It is not at all strange that the audience of our clerical critic was surprised when he said that Christian Science is "a most pernicious and astounding fraud," and that the people who accept it are "fools," since almost every man and woman in the country has at least one intimate friend who he knows is not a "fool," and yet has been a beneficiary of Christian Science and has accepted its teachings.
In a recent issue is a reference to books "exposing Christian Science.
The next admission of candidates will be Nov.
The author of the Christian Science text-book takes no patients, and reads no letters on disease, distress, or error of any kind.
The article on the Church Manual by Blanche Hersey Hogue, in the Sentinel of Sept.
That man is subject to sickness, and that sickness can be cured and life prolonged only by material means, is the claim upon which all attempts to secure so-called medical legislation, or legislation for "the conservation of human life," are based; and the question before the public at the present time is whether this assumption is true.
Narratives of exploration always have a fascination which is both peculiar and persistent.
The corner-stone of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Willmar, was laid at six o'clock on the morning of July 26.
Publication committees will confer a favor on the editorial department by mailing promptly to the Editor a copy of all published articles.
In presenting this testimony of what I owe to Christian Science, I feel that I am discharging in a measure a debt of gratitude which can never be wholly paid, for can we ever cease to be grateful for that which never ceases to bless?
Christian Science came to me when life was almost unbearable.
In recalling my first visit to a Christian Science practitioner, the following conversation comes to me: "I have no faith that I can be healed.
Like many other sufferers who have trusted in God and set their last hope on Him, I too feel impelled to express my gratitude publicly and to call attention to the healing work accomplished through the wonderful teachings of Christian Science.
I come with a heart overflowing with love and gratitude to God, and to our dear Leader, for this truth which has set me free and placed my feet on the rock, Christ Jesus.
I wish to express my gratitude for all the good which has come to me since I began the study of Christian Science, over five years ago.
I am glad to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me.
About nine years ago I collapsed with what materia medica diagnosed as extreme nervous trouble.
The healing power of Christian Science came to me when I was abroad.
Years ago my ignorance of Christian Science made me very antagonistic to it, but later, after I had tasted of its healing waters, I was lifted above a sense of loss which had come to me, with the help of a kind practitioner and these words from one of our hymns:—
Five years ago, on leaving home to reside in San Francisco, my grandfather, one of the pioneers of Indiana and a Methodist minister, presented me with a copy of that wonderful book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," with the following inscription on the fly-leaf, "Read, and ponder well.
My attention was directed to Christian Science by seeing the benefits of treatment given to a boy whose case had been diagnosed by the doctors as hip disease.
I wish to tell of the healing of my daughter, which took place in 1903.
For some time I have felt impressed to give a testimony of my healing through Christian Science, as a token of my gratitude and love for our Leader.
Dear dweller in the dust of earth,Man is not dust, and ne'er shall be:His lineage of celestial birthProvides a happier fate for thee:Then lift on high those earth-bound eyes,And take thy birthright of the skies.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
When we look about us at this season of the year and behold the rich and rare colors of the early autumn as reflected by fruit and flower, we may well pause to consider the significant statement of our text-book, "that God creates all through Mind, not through matter,—that the plant grows, not because of seed or soil, but because growth is the eternal mandate of Mind".