Now and then a minister tries to dispose of Christian Science by identifying it with the Gnosticism of the second century.
In connection with the good editorial mentioning Christian Science in a recent issue, let me say that the teaching of Christian Science is indeed that the mortal mind produces, as the editorial declares, a belief in the reality of the diseases which it self-consciously looks for.
"Christian Science Dissected" was the sermon-subject at the Christian Church in Marshall not long since, and as it was reported an effort was made to show that Christian Science is "a philosophy without wisdom; a science without facts; a religion without rational worship; a theology without God, and a Christianity without Christ.
An understanding of Christian Science is not attainable by a "two weeks" study of the subject; neither can so vast a theme be elucidated in a single article.
Not long ago The Recorder published in full a learned paper entitled "The Definition of Insanity," which was read before the Albany County Medical Society by Doctor—.
Let justice hold her scale, and truth divideBetween the right and wrong; but give the heartThe freedom of its fair inheritance;Let the poor prisoner, cramped and starved so long,At nature's table feast his ear and eyeWith joy and wonder; let all harmoniesOf sound, form, color, motion, wait uponThe princely guest, whether in soft attireOf leisure clad, or the coarse frock of toil.
Sometimes, as we try to take in the vast proportions which the Christian Science movement has assumed, we are almost overwhelmed at the magnitude of our indebtedness to its Discoverer and Founder, our revered and beloved Leader.
The lack of unity of belief and of efficient cooperation among professed followers of Christ Jesus which has characterized Christian history in all the long years, is equally unfortunate, unbecoming, and unnecessary.
In his eloquent discourse at Athens Paul said that God had "made of one blood all nations of men.
Branch churches and societies which have commenced building church edifices since Jan.
The next admission of candidates will be Nov.
Bicknell Young delivered a lecture expounding the Principle of Christian Science and describing the inspired work of Mrs.
Within the past two years I, as well as several of my friends and acquaintances, have been led to look upon Christian Science from an entirely different standpoint.
When I was thirteen years old I suffered from what is called spinal curvature.
With deepest gratitude I testify to my experience in Christian Science during the past six years.
A deep sense of gratitude prompts me to give my testimony for the Sentinel, a copy of which, some fifteen years ago, was the means of bringing me into this practical and provable religion.
I have received so much benefit from Christian Science that my great desire is to let others who may be in need of help know where it can be found.
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I wish to tell what Christian Science has done for me.
I send this testimony in the hope that it may benefit some one who is in need of immediate help.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude to Mrs.
I am deeply grateful to God for the healing of my son in Christian Science.
Into a deepened gloomA burst of sunlight gleamed,And beckoned forth to bloomA faith where darkness dreamed.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.