IN referring to attacks upon Christian Science and its Discoverer and Founder, Mrs.
THE Master's command to let our light shine is imperative; it does not ask us to produce the light, but rather informs us that the light already exists, and that it is ours to furnish a transparency in order that the light may shine.
IN August, 1915, at Galveston, Texas, there were assembled five members of a household, all students of Christian Science, and the experience through which they passed during three days was a test of their faith in the omnipotence of God, good; but a gratitude which words inadequately express filled their hearts for the revelation of Truth to this age, the understanding of which enabled them in the midst of raging elements to have the peace that passeth understanding.
Two correspondents have ventured to set forth personal criticisms of Christian Science.
A communication from "A Reverent Believer" takes issue with the declaration of Christian Science that Jesus was not God, and submits Scriptural quotations which this gentleman feels sustain his contention that Jesus was God.
It is almost incredible in these days of world-wide recognition of the results of the teachings and practice of Christian Science that any one should make the statement attributed to one of the professors of the St.
That Christian Science is making headway in Poplar Bluff is evident.
Our critic classifies Christian Science as a "female religion," whereas many intelligent observers have expressed surprise at the large percentage of men to be found in congregations of Christian Scientists.
The Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
How the fears of the people are played upon, and almost a panic created, is well illustrated in the newspaper reports and press despatches which for some weeks past have given prominence to the alleged epidemic of poliomyelitis, or infantile paralysis, which is said to be prevailing at the present time in New York City and its suburbs.
THE spiritual idea embodied in the word restoration is of tremendous significance, whether we take it in its many Scriptural settings or in the writings of our revered Leader, Mrs.
ACCORDING to human apprehension there are two ways,—one of the flesh, the other of Spirit.
It is time for me to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me, as I owe to it my life and all that is worth living for.
Some years ago I met with an injury to my back, and the pain increased so much that within a few hours it was impossible to lift my foot even a few inches without great suffering.
No words can express the happiness I have experienced through my understanding of Christian Science and my love for Mrs.
With the help of a Christian Science practitioner I passed through the before childbirth with remarkable strength, doing unusually heavy work with no ill effects.
It is with a sense of deep joy and gratitude to God, and also to our revered Leader, Mrs.
When I first became interested in Christian Science I was greatly in need of reformation, both mentally and physically, and I am indeed thankful to state that this reforming process has taken place in the degree that I have gained a clearer understanding of the truth as revealed by Christian Science.
I desire to give public expression to my gratitude for the great blessing which I have received through Christian Science.
In 1914 I was obliged to seek the aid of Christian Science for a foot trouble known as weak arches, from which I had suffered torture for more than two years.
In recognition of the comforting, healing message revealed to me during the time I have known and studied Christian Science, these lines bear grateful testimony.
With a heart overflowing with thankfulness to God, the giver of all good gifts, I will try to tell what Christian Science has done for me and mine during the past twelve years.
Several years ago, while suffering from organic trouble, I went to Nice with my mother.
For about two years I was under the care of eminent surgeons, some of whom were personal friends, for a condition of one leg called by them tubercular.
[Northwestern Christian Advocate]
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXT-BOOK, "SCIENCE AND HEALTH WITH KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES.