The question is often asked by those inquiring into Christian Science, How can God heal if He knows nothing of error?
Christian Scientists did the handsome thing by sending a check for five hundred dollars to the First Baptist Society of Malden to help rebuild its beautiful church destroyed by fire.
The report from the judiciary committee to the Assembly, of the Thorn bill legitimatizing the practice of Christian Science in New York, is a first step in the right direction.
I am glad to comply with the request of the Rev.
In a synopsis of a sermon delivered by the Rev.
Perusal of the summary of an attack upon the religion of a large and growing element of decent citizenship in your community, as appearing in a recent issue, produces twofold astonishment,—first, that so much misinformation could be expressed within so small a space; and secondly, that these familiar old fables, after so many years of service in so many places and at so many hands, in vain endeavor to stop the progress of Christian Science, could still be regarded as capable of dissuading here and there an inquirer from following his natural desire to ascertain whether that which has accomplished so much for others might not be equally beneficial to himself.
Taking the misstatements of an evangelist in their order, the first one attributed to him is that "Christian Science denies the divinity of Jesus Christ.
Many people have been led to believe that Christian Scientists are enemies of the medical profession.
The report of a sermon by a local minister in a recent issue couples a statement regarding a lack of understanding of God and the Bible today with a reference to Christian Science.
I have read with interest the account in The Scotsman of the address on "Ghosts" delivered by a clergyman in the United Free Assembly Hall.
I have read with great interest your report of the Thanksgiving service held by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Bolton, and while fully appreciating the fairness of that report, I should be glad if you would kindly afford me the opportunity of making one or two statements with regard to it, as otherwise some misconception as to the nature and operation of Christian Science is likely to arise therefrom; and I am sure that is far from your intention.
There is a popular belief among some of those who have not taken the trouble to inform themselves as to what Christian Science really is, that it is simply a cure for physical ills,—a sort of universal panacea for illness, into which a certain element of religion has been injected, in the way of a saving grace.
No one who has had deep religious experiences will deny that the psalms contain profound spiritual teachings.
In the midst of a conflict such as the turmoil and tragedy of human history have never known before, a clangor of arms that would drown all other voices, yes, even the angelic song that ushered in the Christian era, one is led to think upon the Master's seemingly paradoxical teaching as to peace.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The next admission of candidates will be June 4, 1915.
Several years ago, as I was entering Bombay harbor on board a steamer, a little boy approached me and inquired if I had seen his father.
Several years ago I was a physical and mental wreck.
My attention was first called to Christian Science through the healing of my brother, who had long been a sufferer from a complication of chronic diseases.
It is now nearly eight years since I attended my first Christian Science service, and I wish to testify to the great help Christian Science has been to me, and the complete change it has made in my mental outlook.
Words are inadequate to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me.
I had been suffering for years with a distressing gall-stone trouble, which often kept me in bed for days together.
Words fail me when I try to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me.
For several years I suffered almost all the time from severe pains for which I had to take continuous treatments.
I am truly grateful for Christian Science, which is indeed an ever-present help.
I am very grateful for the knowledge of Christian Science and for all the blessings that have come to me through it, and especially for help received through Christian Science treatment during an attack of influenza.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.