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Admitting the truth of the Bible we must accept its statements...
Kalamazoo (Mich.) Gazette
Admitting the truth of the Bible we must accept its statements that God made all, and that all He made will stand forever. Since God is Spirit, as the Bible teaches, all that He created must be like Him, spiritual, since it is inconceivable that a spiritual noumenon could be the cause of material phenomena. In its insistence that matter is temporal, unreal, inasmuch as God did not make it, Christian Science is in perfect agreement with the Scriptures.
Christian Science teaches that what we term matter is but the subjective state of mortal or material mind, cognizable only through the material senses. In his second epistle to the Corinthians Paul says: "The things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal." On page 286 of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs. Eddy, this is made clear in these words: "God's thoughts are perfect and eternal, are substance and Life. Material and temporal thoughts are human, involving error, and since God, Spirit, is the only cause, they lack a divine cause. The temporal and material are not then creations of Spirit. They are but counterfeits of the spiritual and eternal."
A Christian Science Lecture
PAUL STARK SEELEY
The World's Great Need
LOUISE KNIGHT WHEATLEY
On Guard Against Error
ROBERT H. TEEPLE
Obedience to the Manual
Georgia M. McClure
Human Ability Inadequate
ALICE D. BREWER
As a Child Learns
ISABEL MOORE KIMBALL
CHARLES C. BUTTERWORTH, 2d
The public announcement of a sermon entitled, "The...
W. Stuart Booth
A recent issue published an abstract of a clergyman's...
Theo. V. Tweedy
Linger Not, Do Not Delay
William P. McKenzie
William D. McCrackan
The Fool's Decision
Annie M. Knott
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
Charles E. Jarvis
with contributions from John Boman, Mandie J. Johnson, Wanda H. Mansbach, Ella Trent Taliaferro, Charles C. Wentzler, John W. Chaffee
Although up to the present time I have not been called...
E. P. Scholfield
It was in 1905 that I first heard of Christian Science
Ethel Louise Sherwell
Two years ago I had a stroke of paralysis
F. P. MacLeod with contributions from Gertrude MacLeod
Four years ago Christian Science treatment completely...
Wanda Whitman with contributions from Vivian W. Whitman
For some time I have felt the desire to express my gratitude...
Lorimer E. Higgins with contributions from Rebecca Higgins
Christian Science has done so much for me that I wish...
Bertha M. Grill
Some years ago I was nursing a six-months-old baby in...
Anna R. Crooks
After reading in the Sentinel for June 15 the editorial...
Minnie Daniels Boardman with contributions from Elizabeth Viola Baxter
I am more grateful than I can express for the knowledge,...
Eleanor D. Kielmeier
Words cannot express my gratitude to God for Christian Science
Ferdinand J. Kohls
On page 3 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Hazle B. Farrington
From the Press
with contributions from Arthur Gleason, Emanuel Sternheim, Henry B. Robins