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London, England (First Church).—The following introductory remarks were made by Miss Hetty E. A. Dixon at a Christian Science lecture by Frank Bell:—
Christian Science is lifting up a great ideal in the world to-day by giving it a concept of God that will ultimately draw all men to Him and towards each other, however divergent their starting points may be—a concept of the love of God and of man's relation to Him that will be a sure anchorage in these unstable times, and which will heal the sick in body and mind,—which will, in fact, free mankind from every ill "that flesh is heir to." This ideal may be compared to the sun and its rays. The farther these rays are from the sun the more divergent they are from each other, but as they approach the sun they are closer to each other.
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from Harvey S. Chase, Edward L. Ripley, Albert F. Gilmore, Charles E. Heitman
Doing the Works
Albert F. Gilmore
Ella W. Hoag
Compromise with Truth Impossible
From the Directors
The Christian Science Board Of Directors with contributions from MARY BAKER EDDY
with contributions from Hetty E. A. Dixon, Frank Bell, A. Hervey-Bathurst, George W. Gimson
With deep and heartfelt gratitude to God for all the...
Arthur Ritchie with contributions from Cora V. Ritchie
When a lad of ten years, I had suffered for over three...
Ourray Clifton Pritchard
I have been a student of Christian Science for about...
Inez Quaintance Pyle
Six years ago Christian Science was brought to me; and...
Muriel R. Dowling
ARTHUR S. HOLLIS
Signs of the Times
with contributions from S. Edward Young