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It is seldom indeed that a criticism of the Christian Science...
Palo Alto (Calif.) Times
It is seldom indeed that a criticism of the Christian Science doctrine of the unreality of matter so fair and discerning as yours appears in the public press. No doubt the doctrine is difficult to accept, and still more difficult to demonstrate, but the difficulties of a proposition do not preclude its acceptance if it appeals to our reason, nor discourage us from attempting to demonstrate it if the demonstration of the truth of the proposition holds a promise that makes the effort worth while.
When we concede, as we do, that the creator is Spirit, logic immediately insists that creation must be spiritual. If human sense, on the contrary, sees a material universe, we have a right to suspect that human sense entertains a wrong concept of things. This mistaken concept is, according to Christian Science, all there is to matter; and it is the purpose of Christian Science to change and correct that concept in order, not that things will be destroyed, but discerned in their true light. To change from a material to a spiritual concept of the universe does not destroy the universe or anything in it, but it reveals the universe and all contained therein as real, permanent, and beautiful. To exchange the physical idea of man for the spiritual does not put man out of existence, but brings into view his real selfhood as perfect and immortal. In all this transformation, or process of correction, nothing is destroyed except the erroneous concept of things; for, as Mrs. Eddy says (Science and Health, p. 70), "the divine Mind maintains all identifies, from a blade of grass to a star, as distinct and eternal."
IDA M. ROFF
MARY C. HOLDEN
"Taught of God"
"The chart of life"
"I will dwell in the house of the Lord"
JESSIE C. E. KIRBY
HORACE C. JENKINS
God's Dear Love
Christian Science teaching is based on the first chapter...
John W. Watkins
A Word in Season
William P. McKenzie
Ella W. Hoag
with contributions from Hans Frey, J. Allen Barris, W. V. Wells, W. J. Robinson, G. R. Hagens, Roy C. Sugg, D. H. Denman, H. G. Harris, Rose M. Koogle, C. D. Rorer, Sadie Baglole Ellis, Elizabeth Sanford, Roy L. Reichert, W. E. Thompson, B. W. Oppenheim, Mary Alexander
For a period of years, probably not less than ten, I was...
George D. Hazard
On Tuesday, February 4, 1919, while I was hanging out...
Elizabeth Foss Lackey
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science
Josephine Hendrickson with contributions from Caroline R. Cochran
It has been my pleasure to have doubly proved the efficacy...
Frank W. Stoddard
I cannot express in words all that Christian Science...
Christian Science was brought to me a little over four...
For several years our little family has been studying...
Jane Williams Cooper
I am happy to testify to what Christian Science has done...
In 1905 I first became interested in the beautiful teachings...
Sarah I. Churchill
To say I am truly grateful for what Christian Science...
Maryee Page Morris
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I testify to the...
Mary Betsy Maltby
Signs of the Times
with contributions from D. Kennedy Bell