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Accompanying the growing appreciation of the effectiveness...
The Christian Science Monitor
Accompanying the growing appreciation of the effectiveness and availability of Christian Science healing, is an increasingly insistent inquiry as to what is Christian Science treatment, or what are the means through which are accomplished the remarkable results experienced by adherents of this teaching. That Christian Science treatment is prayer, is a frequent answer to this inquiry, and a correct one; but to the inquirer it presents another word that must be defined. Treatment that the world generally relies upon is not related to prayer. Prayer as it is commonly conceived and practiced had not proved an effective means for the treatment of human ills. It is apparent then that the conventional use of either term does not describe Christian Science practice or explain its results.
It is from the standpoint of treatment that most seekers approach Christian Science, but it is from the standpoint of prayer that they come to understand it. So far as the words are differentiated in Science, prayer is the expression of truth in terms of God, and treatment is the expression of the truth in terms of man. When the scientific unity of God and man is realized, then the synonymity of the words is understood. Since it is fundamental in Science that man cannot be separated from God, the demonstration of this teaching requires that prayer and treatment be understood and applied as synonymous spiritual terms.
LOUISE KNIGHT WHEATLEY
Lessons from an Iceberg
VIOLET KER SEYMER
W. K. PRIMROSE
"The infinite calculus"
KATHARINE P. BORLAND
Love's Protecting Power
FLORA L. WINTER
GERTRUDE E. BALLARD
In a reference to Christian Science a writer mistakenly...
Frederick R. Rhodes
Christian Science does not deny that sin exists as a human...
Christ Jesus was misunderstood, misrepresented, and...
W. Stuart Booth
The Strength of Kindliness
William P. McKenzie
Soldiers and Devoutness
Annie M. Knott
William D. McCrackan
Christian Science War Relief
with contributions from Bicknell Young, Margaret W. Dyer, Peter V. Ross, Mr, Hammond, Bliss Knapp, Joseph M. Thomas
In gratitude for Christian Science and what it has done...
Anna Katharine Leuzinger
Though interested in Christian Science only two years,...
Emily L. McVittie
"God is love; and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in...
Arthur J. Perrow with contributions from Gladys M. Perrow
Eighteen years ago Christian Science came to me
Olive M. Bruner
We are told that "man's extremity is God's opportunity."...
I would like to give testimony through the Sentinel of...
Margaret J. Westwood
Often have I wanted to relate the benefits derived from...
Susan B. Grant
Mrs. Eddy defines angels as "God's thoughts passing to...
M. J. McWilliams
It is with a deep sense of gratitude for what Christian Science...
Jessie Hough Rucker
Twenty-one years ago the Christ, Truth, was brought...
Keziah M. Brown
From the Press
with contributions from Joseph Fort Newton, L. P. Jacks
The Christian Science Publishing Society