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Christian Science does not say that there is no sin, in the...
Sterling (Ill.) Gazette
Christian Science does not say that there is no sin, in the sense that there is no problem of sin. It says there is no reality to sin; that God created all that was made, "and, behold, it was very good." Sin is no part of that good creation. It says, moreover: "The way to escape the misery of sin is to cease sinning. There is no other way" (Science and Health, p. 327). If any one is led to turn to Christian Science in the false hope of being permitted to continue in sin unmolested, he is promptly disillusioned and does not stay long enough to be counted among its large and growing following.
The evangelist's characterization of Christian Science as a "false religion," because its interpretation of some of the teachings of the Bible differs from his own, has nothing to sustain it but an opinion. The question as to whether a religion is true or false should be decided, for the Christian at least, by whether or not it does the works which Christ Jesus promised should follow "them that believe." Among these was Christian healing. With the unparalleled record of healing works which Christian Science has to its credit, in addition to the redemption of the sinner and the comforting of the sorrowing, it does not shrink from the test.
The Tenth Commandment
Divine Mind Constructive
FLORENCE E. B. DONALDSON
Children and Science
JOHN A. DEADRICH
"Love thy neighbor"
ETHEL M. MC CANDLESS
NINA SEYMOUR KEAY
In the Courts of God's House
WILLIAM W. DAVIS
The first mistake made by our critic is his classification of...
F. Elmo Robinson
In a reported sermon a clergyman makes an unwarranted...
Judge Samuel W. Greene
In a report of a sermon, given in the Citizen, it is said...
George R. Lowe
Drafting for Service
William D. McCrackan
Do We Need to be Helped?
Annie M. Knott
Joy in Giving
with contributions from J. Latimer Davis, Harry B. Silver, Leo H. Atwood, Jennie S. Clifton
When Christian Science found me I was in the depths of...
Eleanor B. Paterson
It is with a deep some of gratitude that I acknowledge...
Arminda M. Conrad
During the month of June, 1910, an abscess formed on...
C. H. Strother
With a heart full of gratitude to God I gladly testify to...
Mary K. Totten
In gratitude for blessings that have come to us through...
With gratitude for having been able to realize God's...
Mary B. McLeod
In 1901, when I had been making two years; college work...
Over eighteen years ago I first heard of Christian Science
William H. Hunter
I was indeed a weary pilgrim, wandering hungry and...
Clara Owen Nelson
It is a happy privilege to acknowledge the many blessings...
Ethel V. Perkins
From Our Exchanges
with contributions from Henry E. Jacobs, Archbishop, Joseph Fort Newton, C. H. Brent, William Porcher Du Bose, E. Herman