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The substantial growth of Christian Science during the...
Mansfield (Ohio) Shield
The substantial growth of Christian Science during the past forty years can be attributed to the fact that it is a religion of works—one with "signs following."
Christian Science does not ignore sin, but demands that the nothingness of sin be demonstrated by its destruction. To declare sin to be nothing and yet continue in it, is sin itself, and the result would be suffering. On page 1 of Science and Health Mrs. Eddy says, "The prayer that reforms the sinner and heals the sick is an absolute faith that all things are possible to God,—a spiritual understanding of Him, an unselfed love." Because of this prayer of spiritual understanding and unselfed love to the loving Father, God, a multitude of men, women, and children cry aloud today with joyous hearts, "Great is our God above all gods," for their prayers have been answered, and sin, sickness, want, and woe have disappeared before the power of God.
Christian Scientists have no quarrel with those who differ with them. It is not their desire to force the teachings of Christian Science upon any one, but because of great blessings which spring from an understanding of this demonstrable Science they gladly embrace every opportunity to give a reason for the hope that is in them.
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"The sustaining infinite"
IRVING C. TOMLINSON, M.A.
"Loose him, and let him go"
FRANK B. HOMANS
CORNELIA BATEMAN FARADAY
WILLIAM A. HUNTER
"I will lift up mine eyes"
RHETA L. TODD
A clipping containing a question asked by a correspondent,...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
There may have been a time when some people accepted...
Robert S. Ross
Christian Science is not the invention of any person; the...
Separate and Distinct
Annie M. Knott
Law and Life
John B. Willis
with contributions from A. J. Gillis, Henry M. Brown, Marshall W. Downing, Henry Deutsch, H. L. Frost, Harold E. Saunders, Mrs. John P. Wilson
In August, 1913, I suddenly became so ill that I had to...
Lina Römer with contributions from Jennie E. Thoma
In October, 1913, a distressing condition of inflammation...
Charles W. Robinson
Ten years ago I was led to investigate Christian Science...
Benjamin L. Blair with contributions from Hattle Blair
Day by Day
MYRA FAY GRANT
From Our Exchanges
with contributions from A. Z. Conrad, Philip Wendell Crannell, Leon A. Harvey