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An evangelist holding services in your city is reported to...
The Fort Collins (Col.) Courier
An evangelist holding services in your city is reported to have alluded to Christian Science as "a substitute for Christ's religion." In this sermon, "What Is the Matter with the Church?" the evangelist complained that the church was not reaching the people. Christian Science churches have no such complaint. Their churches are filled, many of them to overflowing, with a happy people rejoicing in the saving and healing power of God. Christian Science has proved that when the whole of the teachings of Christ Jesus are given to the people, the people gladly respond. Jesus said, "And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me." If therefore any church is not drawing men unto the spiritual life which Jesus lived, that church had better examine itself to see if it is teaching creed instead of pure and undefiled Christianity.
Christian Scientists strive to follow all the commands of the Master, both to heal the sick and to save the sinner through the grace of God. Judged by the standard set up by Christ Jesus for the guidance of all Christians, their religion is the reinstatement of primitive Christianity, which points to works not words as evidence of its genuineness.
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CLARENCE W. CHADWICK
KATE W. BUCK
"Oil out of the flinty rock"
ARTHUR L. WATERHOUSE
Faults Proven False
MARGARET V. PEARMAN
Truth versus Mental Aggression
CLAUDE A. S. FROST
Love's Prophecy Fulfilled
CASSIUS M. LOOMIS
From the report of his sermon it would seem that our critic...
Christian Scientists recognize that their one supreme endeavor...
F. Elmo Robinson
Instead of Christian Science denying that the Bible is...
Willis D. McKinstry
Personally I have had some experience with Christian Science,...
E. W. Osterhoudt
FRANCES A. HALDANE
"Doers of the word"
"The only begotten Son"
John B. Willis
How to Think
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from H. Cornell Wilson, Mayor Waugh, M. E. Schaefer, I. N. Miller, Monroe Markley, Edmund Nichols, Katharine R. Vermilye
I am truly grateful for what Christian Science has done...
Ella Helen Hoyt
We wish to express our gratitude to Christian Science...
W. C. Laughery
I wish to express my thankfulness to God for the inspired...
It is about three and a half years since I experienced healing...
Marion L. Packard
For twenty—five years I drank and smoked, and at times to...
George DeV. Clark with contributions from George DeV. Clark
A friend told me of the wonderful teachings of Christian Science,...
Since taking up the study of Christian Science I have been...
Lester B. McCoun
A year ago I suffered greatly from a form of stomach...
Cora E. Batman
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