One vital difference, the difference between matter and Spirit, lay between the teachings of Christ Jesus and the scholastic theology of his day; but that difference covered the whole distance between understanding the essential vitality of Truth and preaching ineffectual theories.
Students of Christian Science regard this teaching as the restoration of primitive religion as taught and practiced by Christ Jesus during the brief period of his earthly ministry.
If the Chicago lawyer and graduate of the Chicago University, mentioned in an article entitled "The Objectors" copied from the Louisville Courier-Journal, after, as he states, "eight years' study of Christian Science," has reached the conclusion that it is "unscientific" to support and serve his Government and country, then he has not attained the viewpoint of the loyal Christian Scientist, and his "eight years' study" has been somewhat in vain.
A correspondent objects to an article reprinted from The Christian Science Monitor, entitled "The Exposure of Sin," and he has seriously misinterpreted its meaning.
That all of Jesus' commands are binding upon his followers is the teaching of Christian Science, and Christian Scientists accept the whole gospel,—the undivided garment of Christ.
"I am inclosing my check for five dollars which I lovingly give toward the War Relief work.
Those who love birds have sorrowed over the wanton destruction of them which has caused some varieties practically to disappear.
It is very generally admitted by thinking people that Spirit and the flesh are opposites, and that they are exclusive the one of the other.
The children of this world are sometimes accounted wiser than the children of light.
Lecture notices can be printed in a particular number of the Sentinel when they reach the editorial department twelve days preceding its date of publication.
I have been studying Christian Science for a little over two years, and have been healed of a number of things, such as drunkenness, the tobacco habit, and profanity.
The following testimony is given as an expression of gratitude for the many, many blessings I have received through the study of Christian Science.
Following an acute attack of throat trouble which I had in my teens, I used to suffer from occasional deafness due to accumulations in the ears, which had to be removed by a doctor.
I want to add my testimony to the great song which is rising to high heaven from the even increasing throng of hearts full of gratitude to God for the healing power of Truth which has been made practical to them through the loving devotion to Principle of our dear Leader, Mrs.
I am glad to have this opportunity of telling what Christian Science has done for me and for my family.
Christian Science has meant more to me than I can express in words, and I am a living witness to its healing efficacy, as taught in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
I wish to testify to the healing of my little daughter in December, 1914.
Four years ago I began the study of Christian Science.
I am very grateful that our Leader, Mrs.
Christian Science has been my only remedy for many years.
It has been about eight years since I first heard of Christian Science, which was lovingly offered us for my mother, who was very sick.
Through Christian Science I have found peace, joy, and happiness that I could find in no other way.
"Security," a collection of four short articles: "Conquest of Fear," "A Mother's Victory," "Home," "A Word of Cheer to a United States Soldier.