Since that day when the nations "agreed to disagree" with the warring powers of Central Europe, Christian Scientists, quickly accepting a situation which was virtually forced upon them by the logic of events, have been proving their faith by their works in a field entirely new to them, that is, in the Army and Navy camps, barracks, hospitals, and even prisons.
In the twelfth chapter of Acts we find an excellent illustration of the contrast between an understanding of the power of absolute Truth and ignorance of it.
It had been a typical April day, with brilliant sunshine and dark clouds and showers at intervals.
When Saul was on his way to Damascus he was probably convinced that he was doing God's service in his persecution of the early Christians.
During the summer of 1918 a party of three Christian Scientists visited Mount Auburn Cemetery to see and study carefully the memorial therein erected to Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.
Reviewing the social conditions of the present day, one may regard with wonder the progress that has been made within the last few years.