Christian Science is teaching thousands of men and women that they can best be about their "Father's business" by minding their own business.
Dear little bird with the wounded wing,So fettered by fear and suffering,The Father's love doth healing bring!
In the Concord Evening Monitor, recently, was an editorial entitled "Rational Christian Science—the Cole Case," that contained several points on which I trust you will permit me to publish a brief comment.
In a recent issue, under the heading of "The Church and Faith-healing," there is a reference to Christian Science to which I am going to ask you to let me take exception.
The time when religious convictions and beliefs were taken second hand from the pulpit and platform is rapidly giving way to an age in which the individual is seeking at first hand for the truth about God.
The one thing lacking in the sermon reported in the Telegraph, in which the Rev.
In a recent issue of the Times, Roger S.
The healing of Christian Science has absolutely nothing in common with either magic or what is commonly termed faith-healing, which is often blind human belief.
Through the columns of your paper I would like to correct an item that appeared in The Signs of the Times, two recent copies of which contained articles which refer to "the sophistries and delusions taught and fostered through Christian Science.
Beside the dead I knelt for prayer,And felt a presence as I prayed.
Among the criticisms of Christian Science which appear from time to time, is the claim that followers of this faith are narrow and bigoted, because they do not embody in their doctrine the views of others who have thought and written upon lines which the critics believe to be similar to Christian Science.
In the book of Job the heights and depths of human experience are many times touched with a pathos which shows that the vital questions of life have been the same in every age.
The whilom city farmer was made glad, and withal very thoughtful, as he looked out through the trees to the glowing sunset and listened for the approaching stillness of the night.
A lecture on Christian Science was given in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, by Bliss Knapp, a member of the board of lectureship of The Mother Church.
While returning from my work one night, I fell from a bridge and sustained a serious injury to my leg.
I would like to give evidence of my gratitude to Christian Science by telling of the great blessings which it has brought me.
After three years' study of Christian Science, I want to express my gratitude for the great blessings it has brought me.
I feel it a duty as well as a great pleasure to add my testimony to state what Christian Science has done for me, although words are inadequate to express all I feel.
I am so glad to tell of the wondrous healing I had through Christian Science.
From my earliest childhood up to the time I was healed through Christian Science, fear was my constant companion, and I was extremely nervous.
In gratitude to God as the great Physician I should like to tell of the healing through Christian Science of my little daughter.
My gratitude for Christian Science is unbounded.
When a child, I suffered a very bad attack of a throat disease, and for the next fifteen years its effects remained, although I tried almost every known means in materia medica, even submitting to several operations.
It is with a grateful heart that I herewith tell of the blessings and benefits which I have received through Christian Science.
"Were there not ten cleansed?
I would like to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me and mine.
Moses, Micah, Paul, and Jesus Christ all concur in teaching that the fundamentals of the Christian religion consist, not in a system of doctrines, but in a new and divine life; in reverence and righteousness; in doing justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with God; in living soberly, righteously, godly, and hopefully; in one word, in love, in all its various phases, experiences, and activities.
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXT-BOOK, "SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES.