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The kind words which a critic adds to my answer of his...
The kind words which a critic adds to my answer of his criticism, encourage me to draw the attention of your readers once more to the subject of Christian Science.
The "Emmanuel movement," of which little seems to be heard in America nowadays, is not a fruit of Christian Science, but originated a few years ago in one of the older American churches. The great growth of the Christian Science movement seems to have opened the eyes of these people to the possibility of healing through spiritual means, and they tried, with the help of the medical doctors, to procure it for their adherents. They, however, overlooked the fact that physical healing is not the primary object in Christian Science, but only the spontaneous result of a better understanding of Truth; for without this understanding true spiritual healing is not possible.
Man Not Separate From God
WILLIS F. GROSS
The Road to Damascus
JOSEPH G. ALDEN
"Now is come salvation"
FRANK M. SELOVER
Guarding Our Thought
MARY LOUISE FERGUSON
HORTENSE L. WHEELER
CHARLES C. SANDELIN
My attention has been drawn to your report of a sermon...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
May I request sufficient space in which to correct a statement...
The kindly tone of the editorial on Christian Science in...
Ezra W. Palmer
In justice to Christian Science and a misinformed public,...
Robert S. Ross
John B. Willis
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from H. Cornell Wilson, Hiram W. Hayes, E. G. Lorenzen, H. M. Wright, A. A. Miller
It is from a heart overflowing with gratitude that I bear...
Mattie C. Adleta
I wish to reiterate my expression of deep gratitude through...
My first introduction to Christian Science was during the...
Henry C. Jaacks with contributions from Mary B. Jaacks
Nearly five years ago I went to visit relatives who were...
Marie Josephine R. Kay