It was Sir Leslie Stephen who spoke of a churchman as one who "gives no indication of having any religious views whatever, beyond a dislike to dissenters.
In a report of a lecture under the caption "The Church and Mental Healing," are several references to the subject of Christian Science.
The Union officer of health declares, "I say definitely and emphatically that it would be in the public interest to suppress faith-healing and all allied forms of quackery.
Christian Science is having the warm approval and commendation of humanity wherever its influence is felt or known throughout the world today, because it is meeting the needs of humanity, sick of its sufferings and wearied with its superstitions; because it is bringing to this humanity the cheering message and proof that there is rest, peace, joy, health, strength, and an inexhaustible supply of the heavenly Father's loving-kindness and care, where only the ashes of unanswered prayers seemed to remain.
Indiscriminate quoting from the Bible is one of the most futile of processes.
Our critic need not have gone to such extremes to prove that there is sin in the world — in this mortal existence.
Christian Science is reclaming the infidel by giving him a demonstrable understanding of God.
The article on woman's suffrage in your paper quotes at length from a Parisian by the name of W.
"True to Christian Science, He Dies Barring Doctors," is the way a headline reads in one of our morning contemporaries, and then the story is told of how Professor Bement might have had medical attendance in his last illness if he had permitted it.
"Conflict and persecution are the truest signs that can be given of the greatness of a cause or of an individual, provided this warfare is honest and a world-imposed struggle.
Perhaps the author of Home, Sweet Home" may not himself have roamed among palaces; but he did try out material pleasures, only to find with the Preacher that "all is vanity,"—that after all his searching abroad for pleasure, it was to be found in the simple joys of home.
A MOST insistent demand of the Christian religion reads, "Be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind.
Popular opinion finds it difficult to admit that what are generally called material facts are nothing more substantial than material beliefs.
The next admission of candidates will be Nov.
Christian Science found me when to mortal sense all was darkness and despair.
My first healing in Christian Science brought the clear conviction that I had found the truth, and that assurance has never left me.
With a heart full of gratitude I write this testimony in regard to two wonderful healings which took place in our family through Christian Science in 1913.
While I was driving from the barn to the house in November, 1914, my horse turned suddenly and started to run.
Five years ago I had an attack of sciatica which continued from early spring until the autumn and made walking difficult.
I have derived much happiness through the expression in our Wednesday evening meetings of my gratitude for the great help received through the reading and study of our Christian Science periodicals, and it has occurred to me that I might express that gratitude in a larger way through these periodicals.
Sixteen years ago Christian Science came into my life, and every day since I have had something for which to be grateful.
The time has come when I feel that I must express my gratitude to God, to our Leader, and to all others who have helped me in my journey to the Father's house, and with a grateful heart I send this testimony.
Several years ago Christian Science was brought to my attention by a very good friend, at a time when I was sorely in need of a change of thought.
From childhood I was never satisfied with myself or my surroundings.
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science.
We who are constant recipients of the blessings of divine Love should show and express our gratitude for help received.
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me, in the hope that my experience may be of help to some one who is as hungry for the truth as I was.
On Thanksgiving day, 1915, I was brought home from a hospital helpless and despondent.
I looked upon the steadfast hills,And prayed that I might growAs grand as they; their strength—it fillsMy heart with rev'rence so!
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