A Record of unparalleled accomplishment, ever broadening interest, and greater activity, with a stirring appeal for a still larger measure of consecration to the demonstration of Christian Science in its application to present human needs, characterized the proceedings of the Annual Meeting of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, held in the church edifice, Falmouth and Norway Streets, Boston, Monday afternoon, June 3.
The ancient Athenians were evidently inclined to be on the safe side in religious affairs, so they erected an altar with the inscription, "TO THE UNKNOWN GOD.
The attack on Christian Science and Christian Scientists in a recent issue again illustrates the weakness of such attacks.
"Elizabeth," writing in the Times under the caption "Christian Science a Misnomer," dismisses the remarkable progress of the Christian Science movement with the line "weeds grow fast.
In the article, "Psychology and Drugs," the assertion is made that the sick man's confidence in his doctor.
An item in a recent issue would leave the impression that there is a significant difference between Christian Science as stated in the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs.