Notwithstanding the fact that the Scriptures declare in the first chapter, and reiterate through their pages, that man is the image and likeness of God, this view of man is the one most remote from common acceptance.
It seems proper when the world is in such turmoil as it is at this time, that we consider some of the vital forces that are at work for the uplift and betterment of mankind.
Now with reference to the healing accomplished in Christian Science, in support of which the strongest kind of evidence can be produced from reputable sources, and covering every known disease or disorder,—organic, functional, malignant, or otherwise, diagnosed as such by physicians,— let it be understood that in this healing process Christian Science practitioners do not diagnose or treat disease.
The report of an address on Christian Science which appeared in The Times would make strange reading if one did not consider the many vagaries to which the human mind is subject.
A report of a lecture on "The Church and Mental Healing" contains a reference to Christian Science which is likely to leave quite an erroneous impression with the reader.
That the theologians have always found the apparent presence of evil a hard problem, serves only to introduce the fact that until Mrs.
"I have great pleasure in thanking you for The Christian Science Monitors duly received.
Christian Science exactly meets the need of the world to-day, and nothing else can.
In the sixty-second chapter of Isaiah we find this command: "Lift up a standard for the people," and following this proclamation we read, "Behold, thy salvation cometh.
Was there ever a time when war was not going on?
In order to be better prepared to give spiritual help in the Army and Navy through Christian Science literature and in other ways, it is desired to secure the names and present complete mail address of all officers and men in the military, naval, or aero service of the United States and of its allies, who are Christian Scientists or who have shown an interest in Christian Science.
Durban, Natal, South Africa.
The next admission of candidates will be May 31, 1918.
I have received so much help and encouragement from the testimonies in our periodicals that I feel that I should try to express my gratitude for all the help Christian Science has been to me, especially during the last seven months that I have been at the front.
It is with a heart filled with love and gratitude that I testify to my healing through Christian Science.
When a child of about twelve years, while living in India, I suffered from brain fever as the result of a severe blow on the head, and the effects of this remained with me for many years.
I want to give thanks for what Christian Science has done for me.
When I was a child my mother was healed of curvature of the spine, appendicitis, peritonitis, an abnormal growth, and other diseases, through the prayer of a Christian Science practitioner.
Having proven that the overcoming of the tobacco habit through the study of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.
My hope is that this testimony may be of help to some one looking for the truth.
I am filled with joy and gratitude for the privilege of testifying to the blessings which have been showered upon me since taking up the study of Christian Science, and for the healing of chronic appendicitis, which had troubled me for years.
A deep sense of gratitude to God prompts me to tell of a few of the many blessings that have come to me through Christian Science.
An experience came to me some months ago which so strengthened my faith in the ever presence and power of God as revealed by Christian Science that I am passing it on in the hope that it may prove equally helpful to some one else.
I am very grateful for Christian Science, having been instantly freed from bad headaches and depression in March, 1916.
Gratitude prompts me to do the little I can in giving to the world an acknowledgment of the good received from the study of Christian Science.
I enjoy reading the testimonies of others so much that I should have sent mine long ago.
When the Red Cross devotes a part of this immense fund to vivisection experiments a considerable element of the community sincerely believes that it misdirects the money which has been contributed to it to a purpose for which that money was not given.
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