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In trying to hold Christian Science up to ridicule, are you...
The Christian Guardian
In trying to hold Christian Science up to ridicule, are you not emulating the example of those who sought thus to stamp out early Methodism? Christ Jesus, at the bedside of one whom her parents thought dead, said, "She is not dead, but sleepeth." Surely this is good authority for denying the evidence of the senses bearing witness to death. The seeming death was not real, not an eternal, spiritual fact, as Jesus proved. As an apostle has written, Jesus "abolished death." In the case of Jairus' daughter the spectators did not appreciate Jesus' utterance, but "they laughed him to scorn, knowing that she was dead." Their sense of humor was discounted in the sublime, life-giving, spiritual sense entertained and manifested by Christ Jesus.
"Who did sin?"
LOUIS A. GREGORY
"Be ye stedfast"
MARION MAY DOUET
The Pattern Seen in the Mount
ALBERT FIELD GILMORE, M.A.
BURTON H. WADE
EDITH L. PERKINS
To suppose that Christian Science is "indifferent to...
Peter V. Ross
Working in the Church
William P. McKenzie
Consecration and Protection
Annie M. Knott
William D. McCrackan
with contributions from Christian Science War Relief Committee
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
Charles E. Jarvis
with contributions from Bicknell Young, William Lewis Wall, Jr., Raymond Ballard, F. W. Fergusson
I give the following testimony in the hope that it will...
Ernest M. Viquesney
It is ten years since, through great mental and physical...
Anna S. Larsen
For nearly ten years Christian Science has been my only...
Belle F. Wyatt
I want to tell what Christian Science has done for me
Miranda Ray Arms with contributions from Mayme L. Shilts, M. G. Shilts
I am grateful for what Christian Science has done for us
John M. Timm with contributions from Eva Hefty Timm
"Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered...
Words fail to express my gratitude for what Christian Science...
Carl A. Roggemann
In February, 1913, I became very ill
J. J. Smither