The man who has learned to trust scientifically has gone far toward placing himself beyond the effort of anger, of malice, or of fear, in short of evil of any kind, to injure him.
In an article entitled "Talks on Health" appearing in a recent issue, the writer shows an absolute ignorance of what Christian Science is.
It is becoming more and more apparent to thinking people that a material viewpoint of the Bible brings to the reader uncertainty, confusion, and, frequently, contradictory statements.
"It may be of interest to you to know a few details of the activities of Cour-Cheverny, headquarters of the Signal Corps Replacement Depot in France, now that our meetings here are at an end, due to return of troops to the United States.
When Paul said, "Our conversation is in heaven," and when Peter counseled, "As he which hath called you is holy, so be ye holy in all manner of conversation," the reference in each case was to behavior and conduct or manner of living.
No divine quality is more to be desired than purity.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
John Sidney Braithwaite, M.
I wish to testify to the healing efficacy of Christian Science.
Christian Science has sustained me through many varying experiences, and at the same time it is giving me a wholesome and sane outlook on life.
For the many benefits received through Christian Science during my service with the Australian forces I am indeed thankful.
It is with a heart filled with gratitude that I give my testimony to the wonderful power of Truth.
I wish to give my testimony as a measure of gratitude for the help received from Christian Science.
Many times before the first rays of truth began to dawn on my darkened thought, I have read the testimonies in the Sentinel, hoping that I might see in the solution of another's problem the answer to my own; and perhaps the expression of my gratitude may help some one who, like myself, is seeking mental rest, rather than physical healing.
It is with a sense of deep gratitude for Christian Science that I write this testimony.
I have gained so much from the testimonies in the Sentinel that I wish to express my thankfulness to God, also my gratitude to Mrs.
In May, 1916, I was in the employ of a western city as a fireman, and one day when we were responding to an alarm of fire, a collision occurred.
For seven or eight years after I became a student of Christian Science, my demonstrations were for the most part made so quickly and so beautifully that it was easy for me to say and to believe that I was a Christian Scientist.
At a very early period in my life I joined a church; but finding little comfort in its doctrines and many flaws in its teachings, I finally became agnostic.
I am more grateful for some understanding of Christian Science than words can tell.
Four years ago I began the study of Christian Science, earnestly seeking a better understanding of God, and I am deeply grateful for the glimpse of Truth that has been revealed to me.
I have had ample time to meditate on the many healings and wonderful blessings that I have experienced through the study of Christian Science.
Not having the opportunity to attend the Wednesday evening meetings, as I live in the mountains, I want to express my gratitude through our periodicals for what Christian Science has done for me and mine.
In writing this testimony I desire to express, to some extent, my gratitude for what Christian Science has brought into my life during the ten years that I have been a student of its teachings.
In addition to the regular cloth bound edition of "Christ and Christmas," an illustrated poem by Mary Baker Eddy, there has now been published an illustrated pocket edition of the same poem, bound in black morocco, limp, round corners, gilt edges, uniform in size with the pocket editions of other writings by Mrs.