Christian Scientists have no wish to detract from or discredit what may be done in the name of Christ by your correspondent of England, but naturally they deprecate his criticisms of Christian Science, particularly because he does not speak accurately on this subject.
In your issue of recent date there appears an account of nightly meetings held at Horbury Church, Notting Hill, London.
The correspondent says that he does not "feel much respect" for Mrs.
I shall be grateful for the privilege of commenting upon the discussion of Christian Science by the contributor as reported in a recent issue of The New York Times.
With interest I read in your paper the reprint about Christian Science.
"Have been intending for some time to write you this letter of appreciation for my experience at the Sanatorium of The Christian Science Benevolent Association, but, as that experience grows on me with the passage of time, I assure you my gratitude is none the less for the delay.
When, as related in the gospel of Mark, Christ Jesus, appearing before the eleven disciples as they sat at meat, charged them, "Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature," it is reasonable to conclude that he contemplated the redemption of all mankind without respect to race or nationality; for the words "every creature" scarcely admit of discrimination against, or exclusion of, any race or group of people.
In "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures".
The beginner can hardly expect to grasp the vast subject of Christian Science in its entirety by a single perusal of its textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy.
The Christian Science Board of Directors announces the election of Mr.
The next admission of candidates will take place on June 2, 1922, as provided in Article XIII, Section 2, of the By-laws of The Mother Church.
From the time I was a small boy until I was ten years old I had been suffering from tuberculosis or, as it was then known, "hip disease.
I am so grateful for a healing from seasickness that I want to send my testimony to the Sentinel, knowing that it can help others.
Having received so many benefits through Christian Science it is with a grateful heart I give this testimony.
This past summer, while visiting my sister in New Mexico, I went with several others who were not Christian Scientists on a long automobile trip into the mountains; and on the way back, about thirteen miles from my sister's home, the car I was in almost ran into a large truck.
Christian Science was first introduced to me by my sisters.
I am glad to testify to the unfailing benefits and spiritual uplift to be gained by any one who will study the rules of healing as set forth in Christian Science.
"Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.
Words cannot fully express my deep debt of gratitude for all the blessings that Christian Science has brought into my life.
It is now about twenty-two years since I began the study of Christian Science.
It has been nine years since I first began the study of Christian Science, and it is a great privilege to tell of the many healings received since I started the study of this truth.
[Sir Harry Lauder in The Register, Springfield, Ill.
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