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Our clerical critic admits that Christian Science has made...
Warrington (England) Guardian
Our clerical critic admits that Christian Science has made vast strides in this country, but denounces it as "superstitious and antichristian." He does not therefore give the people of this country much credit for intelligence. What does the gentleman suppose is causing the people to forsake his church and to seek help in the Christian Science churches?
He bewails the serious leakage, but probably if he would go a little farther he would find that the Christian Science church is offering these people something vital, and something which can be made practical in their every-day lives, and this something is the simple teaching of Jesus Christ. Christian Science is teaching these people what God really is, and man's relationship to Him. Through this teaching it is comforting the sorrowful and healing the sick and sinning. It has no rites or ceremonies, but it is revealing to mankind the power and presence of God, of good, the ever-present Christ, the "Lo, I am with you alway." These results of Christian Science are facts, of which there are many witnesses in every part of the world, and for which of these things is it antichristian?
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK.
LUCY HAYS EASTMAN.
GOD'S PROTECTING CARE
LLOYD B. COATE.
"BE THOU FAITHFUL."
W. STUART BOOTH.
"ALL THAT I HAVE IS THINE."
FRANCES M. GORRELL.
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R. Stanhope Easterday
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Allan F. McIntyre
The Bishop of Calgary, some time ago, condemned Christian Science...
William Clarence Ferguson
In a recent issue the editor seems to be laboring under...
Thomas F. Watson
SEEKING THE LIGHT
MARY LOUISE FERGUSON.
ONE GOD, ONE POWER
DRUGS OR DIVINITY?
John B. Willis
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from Frank L. Dodge, John Charles Thompson, J. W. Doorly, Warren O. Evans, Esther B. Dickey, Emerson B. Gorsuch, R. Lee McCulloch, Arthur J. Arwine, Nathaniel Dyke
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Charles G. Carlson
About nineteen years ago my brother, who was then...
Like many others, I have great reason to be thankful for...
Cora Walter Badgley
The sweet, healing influences of Christian Science have...
Arsella E. Roberts
It was in 1907 that we first came into Christian Science,...
"SEEK YE FIRST THE KINGDOM"
DAISY L. STWALLEY.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Charles Strong, Sidney M. Berry, Stanley A. Mellor