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Among the Churches
The Illinois State Journal
University of California.—The Christian Science Society of the University of California is an organization similar to the clubs existing in other universities and colleges. It was organized in 1907 by a number of students of this university in accordance with a provision in the Manual of The Mother Church. The work of the society has been actively conducted from that date to the present time, and its purpose is to unite more closely the Christian Scientists within the university, to welcome entering Christian Scientists, and to afford those so desiring an opportunity to learn the truth about Christian Science as taught in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs. Eddy.
The Laborer's Hire
JUDGE CLIFFORD P. SMITH
J. S. BRAITHWAITE, M.A.
All That the Father Hath
"That which is past"
The Day of Miracles
LOUIS A. GREGORY, LL.B.
There can, I think, be no doubt that the Rev. Mr.—'s...
Christian Scientists derive their authority to heal from the...
H. Cornell Wilson
That the Rev. Mr.—should classify Christian Science...
Thomas F. Watson
Doubtless many of your readers have been greatly interested...
George Shaw Cook
"Let patience have her perfect work"
Man's Unlimited Endowment
John B. Willis
Love Impartial and Universal
Annie M. Knott
Bliss Knapp with contributions from DeWitt McMurray, G. G. Gibbs , Clarence C. Eaton, A. D. Aiken, D. Wray DePrez
In November, 1905, I underwent a double operation for...
Alma B. Wightman
It is difficult to express in words my thankfulness to God...
George W. Turner
I am very thankful for what Christian Science has done...
Sallie A. Geiger with contributions from Harry G. Geiger
This testimony is written with a sense of deep gratitude...
I consider it my duty as well as a great privilege to testify...
William B. Asten
When I look back and compare the past with the present...
Samuel P. Brannan
Arising at Dawn
From Our Exchanges
with contributions from Charles C. Albertson, R. J. Campbell, W. F. Skerrye