Accuracy is a demand of Truth, and Truth demands obedience; hence, to be truly obedient one must be accurate.
When we first begin to work in Christian Science, we find a task confronting us which requires unbounded patience and persistence, the task of replacing the slovenly, illogical, confused, sinful thoughts and thinking processes of the carnal mind, by the orderly, logical, right thinking of divine Mind.
The critic made use in his first letter of two specific arguments: the antagonism of Christian Scientists to doctors, and their insistence on the unreality of evil and matter.
In a recent issue there appears a letter by a member of the medical profession which without warrant in fact misrepresents the teachings of Christian Science.
My attention has been drawn to a letter appearing in the Sind Gazette regarding the experience of one of the officers of the Titanic at the time the vessel was wrecked, in which the question is raised as to whether people believing in Christian Science alone are saved from harm.
In a recent issue appeared an address given by Evangelist Reese, who made reference to Christian Science as follows: "Mrs.
In my first letter in answer to the critic I pointed out that he had most seriously misrepresented the teachings of Christian Science on the very important question of sin.
In your recent article, it is rightly said that the "New Thought" movement differs from Christian Science.
A chair of metaphysics should not be overlooked in the new university curriculum for this province.
Every thoughtful husbandman lives with the poets, past and present, in wonderland, and in all his copartnerships with nature he is never more impressively reminded of his high calling than when, scions and grafting tools in hand, he opens new channels for the burgeoning life of the spring-awakened trees.
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The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
The next admission of candidates will be May 30, 1913.
Bliss Knapp delivered a lecture on Christian Science in the Kursaal.
There are thousands of people today who rejoice in having found Christian Science, who have been healed through knowing the truth; and I am happy to be counted among them.
After having studied the Bible for some time, and compared its ideals and requirements with the lives of professed followers of Christ Jesus, which with few exceptions did not seem to me to come into line with it, I became quite dissatisfied with the church as it exists, and on this account could not connect myself with any particular branch of it, but went in search of an ideal one, going the whole round, staying some time in each, but receiving very little satisfaction.
My first introduction to Christian Science was when a friend, the wife of a physician, showed me the definition of God in the text-book "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
It is with a heart full of gratitude for the numerous blessings which have come into my life since I first gained a knowledge of Christian Science, that I send this testimony.
I wish to testify how deeply grateful I am for Christian Science, for the great help it has been to me.
It is about ten years since I was wonderfully healed in Christian Science, when all else had failed and I was without hope or God in this world.
I long to express my gratitude for the great blessings received in Christian Science, both physically and spiritually.
Christian Science has made a wonderful change in our home.
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I give my testimony of healing in Christian Science.
I desire to give thanks for all the blessings and benefits received through Christian Science.
I wish to tell what Christian Science has done for me.
[The Congregationalist and Christian World.
The Christian Science Text-Book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.