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The endurance and magnitude of the Christian Science...
The endurance and magnitude of the Christian Science movement is proof that its healings are not limited to "nervous disorders." That it heals both functional and organic disorders of the body, and also sin, is so firmly established that it is not debatable. Your city abounds in well-authenticated cases. That this healing is accomplished by spiritual, not psychological, means, is shown by the fact that no psychologist is able to duplicate it.
Christian Science does not deny the existence of a personal God, but teaches that God is infinite Person. But, while God made man in His own image and likeness, it by no means follows that God is anything like any person known to human experience. The human or carnal mind, which, like the fountain, can rise no higher than its source, imagines God as a mighty Deity in an exalted human form, and with the better human senses and attributes; but this is not the true conception of God, "whom to know aright is Life eternal" (Science and Health, Pref., p. vii). The infinite and omnipresent God cannot be fashioned in the form of any person within the conception of the human senses. Rather than pattern the perfect and infinite God after erring mortal man, we should seek to see the real man made after the infinite and perfect pattern.
To understand the Trinity and Atonement, it must be recognized that the Christ is the divine manifestation of God, which enabled the corporeal Jesus to be the Wayshower in overcoming sin and death; and by this atonement or at-one-ment with God to bring to light the immortality and unity of man with God.
GEORGE H. MOORE
JULIA WARNER MICHAEL JOHNSTON
Peace and the Blessedness of Peacemaking
JOSEPH G. MANN
KATHERINE E. VARGA
The Perfect Gift
JESSIE G. CALDWELL
In reference to the interesting article in a recent issue of...
The terms used by Mrs. Eddy to define God are synonymous
W. K. Primrose
The writer of this report misrepresented Christian Science...
Richard E. Prince
The Christian Science Board of Directors
The Disloyalty of Doubt
Albert F. Gilmore
"The simplicity that is in Christ"
Ella W. Hoag
Christian Science came to me thirty years ago
Jessie A. Moran
Some years ago, after relying from my earliest recollection...
Florence Gilman Hart
I wish to express my deep gratitude for Christian Science...
A. Jacqueline Shaw
Over fourteen years ago I attended for the first time a...
Inez Dayton Blond
As a little child I was compelled by doctors and specialists...
Mary Harriet Kettering
About fourteen years ago I went to live with a man and...
I owe so much to Christian Science that it is difficult to...
Mary E. Holloway
It is nine years since I caught my first glimpse of the...
Stella Mae Biddle
It is attributable entirely to Christian Science and its...
John Young Robertson with contributions from Augusta Weil Robertson
I gratefully testify to the healing power of Christian Science
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Edward S. Martin, E. A. DeVore, Harold Anson
with contributions from Clerk of The Mother Church