During the past fifty years it has occurred at times to a number of otherwise well-informed individuals to aver, as did a clergyman quoted in a recent issue, that Christian Science is not entitled to its name; that its adherents are deceived; that its teachings are unsocial, etc.
Critics of Christianity are fond of referring to the present war as a demonstration that Christianity has failed.
The statement that "no reference can be found in the Scriptures wherein Jesus ever claimed to be God," made by a Christian Science lecturer and reported in your paper recently, does not deny the divinity of Christ, and the conclusion that it does, can be only as a result of false reasoning or lack of information as to Christian Science teaching.
We note in a recent issue, in a report of Evangelist—'s meeting, a very unfriendly and seemingly unnecessary criticism of Christian Science, in which he classes it with spiritualism and other isms, and refers to it as a system of false religion.
In contradistinction to a blind belief in an absentee God, a belief which has been tried for ages and found wanting, Mrs.
A certain evangelist has ventured to attack the Christian Scientists, but any one at all familiar with the teachings of their faith cannot fail to recognize that it is founded on Christ as the Wayshower.
In a recent issue of the National Sunday Magazine, in an article by a medical doctor entitled "Call the Mind Doctor," I find a statement concerning Christian Science.
A critical article which appeared in a recent issue of The Iron Era is obviously not based upon any accurate knowledge of Christian Science.
Critics of Christian Science have sometimes assailed it as "a rich man's religion," because they have noticed that the attendants at the Sunday and Wednesday services held in the Christian Science churches are, as a rule, well dressed and even prosperous in appearance.
One of the most difficult lessons of humanity, from childhood up, is to wait patiently for any desired good.
Once there was a man who had the habit of being very kind and pleasant to everybody.
Under the auspices of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
The next admission of candidates will be June 4, 1915.
Three lectures on Christian Science were given by George Shaw Cook for Second Church.
Attention is called to the new address of the Hon.
Words are inadequate to express a tithe of my heartfelt gratitude for Christian Science, and all that it has done and is doing for me.
I wish to tell about my healing in Christian Science, as some one in a similar condition may be led thereby to seek help from the same source.
On the evening of June 19, 1911, our son, fifteen years old at the time, was taken ill at supper, and we did not know what was wrong with him.
Christian Science has done so much for me in bringing peace, joy, and good into my life, which before seemed beset with discord, despair, and evil, that words cannot express my thankfulness to God, and my gratitude to our revered Leader, Mrs.
I have received so much benefit from the testimonies in the Sentinel that I send mine in the hope that it may cheer some struggling heart.
Sufficient time has elapsed since the first beneficent influence of Christian Science came into my life to prove that its effects were neither illusory nor transient.
In Science and Health we read: "Are we really grateful for the good already received?
I turned to Christian Science a few years ago, and I wish to express my gratitude for what it has done for me.
The Christian Science Text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.