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The love of beauty which exalts the poet; that devotion to...
The love of beauty which exalts the poet; that devotion to the One and that ascent of science which makes the ambition of the philosopher, and that love and those prayers by which some devout and ardent soul tends in its moral purity toward perfection,—these are the great highways conducting to that height above the actual and the particular, where we stand in the immediate presence of the infinite, who shines out as from the deeps of the soul.—Plotinus.
"If ye abide in me"
Refraction and Reflection
ELLEN R. FOSTER
Lethargy of Environment
GEORGE R. STEUART
AGNES MORLEY CLEAVELAND
Light in Our Dwellings
GUSTAVUS S. PAINE, PH.M.
The reprinting by The Scoop of an article from the...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
Pamphlets misrepresenting Christian Science have been...
Ezra W. Palmer
In The Beacon-News of recent date Captain—includes...
In The Oregonian of recent date a writer makes a very...
F. Elmo Robinson
"In deaths oft"
Annie M. Knott
"The Lord is my rock"
John B. Willis
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
John V. Dittemore
with contributions from Ernest Klette , George A. Fleming, Frank Ottermann, Clara S. Hill
I do not think it possible to find any one whose antagonism...
Mattie P. Garber
In June, 1909, the teaching of Christian Science was unfolded...
Richard T. Greene
For years I have received blessings through Christian Science,...
Since I have been a student of Christian Science I have had...
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