The command, "Thou shalt not bear false witness," if it were included in the daily manual of every individual, would eliminate much of the unrest of the present time, both from a social and a business standpoint.
A constructive statesman is one who marks out an entirely new path in legislation, who improves on the former things by building anew from the foundation.
Permit me to offer a word of appreciation for your excellent comment on the leading communication published in your column "Little Visits" in the January Nautilus.
"The press may be likened to a great moving-picture show, to which the world goes daily to see the current history flashed upon the screen.
Referring to an editorial in a recent issue, it should be stated that Christian Science is neither "new hypnotism" nor old, and it is as truly not "psychic cure," "psychotherapeutic treatment," "suggestion," or "scientific use of mind influence.
I must again take exception to the wild statements made by your correspondent.
A contributor to a local denominational weekly foresees that "some terrible spiritual tragedies will yet be recorded among the wreckage produced by Christian Science," which he classifies as a "hybrid heresy.
In the lecture in All Souls Universalist church, Flatbush, reported in the Eagle, the critic vouchsafed his estimate of Christian Science, and gave his "survey of the essential facts in the life of Mrs.
I have read with interest in a recent issue a thoughtful article on "The New Ideal, or Some Fresh Ways of Looking at Life," and no one can fail to agree with its writer that a great spiritual awakening is the necessity of today, and the very fact that this is being realized is an actual proof that the much desired awakening is already here.
It will be found that many of the religious systems of the earth have something in common, whether it be a belief in God, an acknowledgment of moral responsibility, of human brotherhood, etc.
Christian Scientists who travel to any extent are often surprised to hear expressed in conversations to which they must listen, the most erroneous concepts of Christian Science, and they wonder how and where such misinformation could have originated.
All through the Scriptures we find statements as to repentance, from those which appear in the early records up to the angelic messages given in the book of Revelation.
These days when old earth seems to be speeding in its race toward our northland summer, and when we are enticed on every hand to forget all that hinders our companionship with the sweet out-of-door awakenings, one is led to think again, and with an ever increasing wonder of interest, of the relation of light to life, and of the tremendous fact that this relation is true for all the ranges of history, observation, and experience.
The next admission of candidates will be May 30, 1913.
My attention was first drawn to Christian Science through reading some articles published in a magazine in the year 1907, which though adverse to Christian Science and its Leader, served to awaken in me a great desire to know more about the subject.
As long as I can remember I had suffered a great deal mentally because of a sensitive temperament, and this had brought on physical ailments.
About twelve years ago, a humble woman who had been working for me gave me a little book to read, and knowing that she must have made a sacrifice to buy it, I promised to read it, little thinking what it would reveal to me.
Too long have I withheld my testimony from publication, and altogether too long have I failed in giving God thanks and praise at our testimonial meetings, where it is the privilege and duty of every one who has experienced the healing power of Truth to speak.
In February, 1911, while walking along the street in Atlanta, I slipped and fell, striking my knee against the pavement and injuring it severely.
I desire to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me.
I am very grateful for what Christian Science has done for me.
In telling of what Christian Science has done for me, I feel impelled by a sense of love and gratitude.
Four years ago I was playing baseball, but from the first practise in the spring my arm gave me a great deal of trouble whenever I would throw the ball, and in one of the first games of the season I hurt it so badly that I could scarcely put my hand to my head.
I desire to acknowledge the many wonderful blessings which have come to me through Christian Science, and with a thankful heart I give my testimony to the unlimited power of infinite Love.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.