What is the real meaning of country?
In an issue of your paper appeared an editorial headed "Pseudo Science!" It consisted of an excerpt from an article in The Christian Science Monitor and an attack on the statements made therein.
The letter in your columns, from a local preacher who protested against the enforced closing of churches, is well written and highly commendable, with one exception.
Since a representative of another faith attacked Christian Science in your columns, because of what it teaches on fear as related to an epidemic of disease, your readers are likely to be interested in what other persons, at least equally well informed, have said on the same subject.
"May I not tender the expression of my sincere thanks for the kind interest your committee has taken in us prisoners in giving us the opportunity to hear a Christian Science lecture?
In the earliest of the codes we find it said regarding idolatrous people, "Thou shalt make no covenant with them, nor with their gods.
It may be asked how often the American people think reverently upon the motto inscribed on their coinage, "In God we trust.
Christian Science deals in miracles; it expects them and bears witness to them.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by George Shaw Cook, a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship, in the church edifice, Norway, Falmouth, and St.
Darlington, Durham, England.
The next admission of candidates will take place on May 30, 1919, as provided in Article XIII, Section 2, of the By-laws of The Mother Church.
Dawson, Yukon Territory, Canada.
Lecture notices can be printed in a particular number of the Sentinel when they reach the editorial department twelve days preceding its date of publication.
A few months ago I was billeted with four others in a small cottage.
With a heart filled with love and gratitude I give my testimony, hoping it will help some one who is seeking the truth.
When but a young boy I was brought from a European country to settle in what was then the wilderness of the middle western states of America.
I want to express deepest gratitude for all the blessings that Christian Science has brought into my life.
I cannot cease to be grateful to God; to Mrs.
Before gaining any knowledge of Christian Science I had many times echoed the lament of King Arthur in "The Passing of Arthur":—
I would like to express through the Sentinel or Journal my deep gratitude for the blessings received through Christian Science.
I think it a great privilege as well as a duty to testify to the power of God.
With the dawning of each day, the unfolding of each spiritual idea, comes new joy and gratitude that I am privileged to be a wayfarer on the road of Truth and to follow to some extent the example of Christ Jesus, as pointed out by our revered Leader, Mrs.
While I have been interested in Christian Science for several years, the last few weeks have brought me so much clearer an understanding that I must let no more time elapse before expressing my sincerest gratitude, with the hope that in so doing I may be of assistance to some one who has become discouraged with a slow healing.
I am so deeply grateful for Christian Science that I wish to express my gratitude through its literature as well as at the Wednesday evening meetings.
[Alice Morgan Harrison in New York.
A limited number of Bible No.