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Mrs. Eddy's interpretation of some doctrinal points may...
Newmarket (Ont.) Express-Herald
Mrs. Eddy's interpretation of some doctrinal points may differ from that of some theologians, but that in itself does not prove her wrong. The value of any interpretation of Scripture lies in the practical results it makes possible, and judged by this standard, Mrs. Eddy's interpretation will stand the test.
Christian Science does not teach that the ills which beset us are only imaginary. Mrs. Eddy says in Science and Health (p. 460), "Sickness is neither imaginary nor unreal,—that is, to the frightened, false sense of the patient. Sickness is more than fancy; it is solid conviction. It is therefore to be dealt with through right apprehension of the truth of being." Jesus proved the unreality of sickness and sin by destroying them, and when Christian Scientists speak of sin and sickness as unreal, it is equivalent to saying these things were never created by God, they are absolutely unlike Him; therefore they are not eternal, or in other words not real. While these things seem to form a part of our daily life, Christian Science teaches that in proportion as we attain to the Mind that was in Christ Jesus, we shall be able to gain the mastery, even as he did, over sin and disease and all other things which are opposed to God's government.
THE TRUE BASIS OF HEALTH
THE UNUSED TALENT
ANNE MAY LILLY.
A. COPE STONE.
"PERFECT LOVE CASTETH OUT FEAR."
ELFIE M. MILES.
WHY NOT GREATER FAITH?
IDA T. DAVIS.
"THE DIAL IN THE ROSE-GARDEN."
Christian Science declares God to be Spirit, Soul, Mind,...
Edward W. Dickey
Our critic's opinion of the teachings of Christian Science...
George Shaw Cook
LILLIAN BARKER BEEDE.
GUARDING THE HOME
"THAT YE INCREASE MORE AND MORE."
John B. Willis
DIVINE SCIENCE UNCHANGING
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from Glenn M. Averil, Seymour Conover, Caleb Burchenal, Robert D. Edey, J. S. Hankins, Emma L. de Prosse,, Edgar Gerst,, James L. Mayson, Stanhope Patton
A testimony is an open attestation of some experience
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I write this testimony...
Mary R. Pack with contributions from A. Bloomer
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science
Celia Ann Hayes
Having experienced a wonderful proof of the power of...
Richard W. Hunner
It is about eleven years since I became interested in...
Ethel Blodgett Cook
Since I came into Christian Science I have had a clearer...
Christiana S. Weedow
In gratitude to God, for Mrs. Eddy's discovery of...
Stella C. Battley
GOD IS LOVE
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from W. E. Orchard, Theodore Roosevelt