The room is large wherein we walk;Our feet are free to come and go.
Kindly grant me space to reply to the references to Christian Science and Christian Scientists in your issue of July 20.
A professor of Edinburgh University, while speaking at the meeting of the British Medical Association, said he had "much respect for Christian Science as a form of suggestion.
Many of the world's leading medical practitioners have gone on record as declaring that medical practice is founded on empirical knowledge and that drugs "cannot and do not remove the cause of disease".
Accepting as true the record of the spiritual creation, as given in the first chapter of Genesis, that it is God, Spirit, who creates, Christian Science teaches that the account in the second chapter of the same book is one of erroneous mortal belief, because it is not God, but the Lord God Jehovah—a limited concept of God—who is supposed to be the creating power.
It is hardly conceivable in this day that any one should refer to the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science in a disparaging manner, or that such remarks should emanate from the pulpit, and from a minister of the Christian religion.
World prohibitionists and the supporters of the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States consider The Christian Science Monitor their chief champion among the largest daily newspapers.
How oft have we who roamed from creed to creed,Searching for satisfying food in vain,Yearned to have Jesus with us once again,To give sure solace in our bitter need.
Upon no one of his many important precepts did Christ Jesus place more emphasis than upon the necessity of drawing a clear distinction between the Spirit and the flesh,—that is to say, between Truth and error, between reality and unreality.
Isaiah's prophecy of the time when "nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more," has always held out a blessed hope to mankind, and mankind is beginning to think this hope may be realized.
In the second verse of the "Mother's Evening Prayer".
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
Mountain Lakes, New Jersey.
Owing to a change in itinerary, William W.
Early in the winter of 1915, I became interested in Christian Science.
In September, 1918, Christian Science healed me of heart trouble, stomach disorder, and nervousness, all of a serious nature.
I am very grateful for all that Christian Science has done for me.
After spending many weeks in a hospital, with the best care afforded by the medical profession, and not receiving any benefits, I became unwilling to continue taking medicine; and, though friends implored and physicians prophesied and warned, I left the hospital and came to a large city on the Pacific Coast, where, amidst uncertain conditions of employment, without funds, and far removed from friendly aid, I related to a newly made acquaintance my very unhappy story, and this gentle girl directed my attention to Christian Science.
When I heard of Christian Science I was suffering from one of those diseases which are declared by physicians to be incurable.
I should like to tell of a beautiful healing I had recently.
I met with a severe accident while at work, receiving a compound fracture when an eighteen-hundred-pound casting fell upon my right leg.
I have received a great blessing in my healing of rheumatism through Christian Science treatment.
For three years I was buried in so deep a sorrow that those about me thought I would not live.
My father was healed through Christian Science of a complication of diseases, among which was a very painful attack of sciatica.
On June 28, 1922, I suddenly became very ill and could not move.
I became interested in Christian Science a few years ago.
The prisoners heard them singing,—Oh, song above all songs!Down through the ages ringing,The prison doors wide flinging;While wakened human throngsPass, wondering, into freedom,Hearing that song of songs.
[Principal Whyte, quoted in the Canadian Baptist, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Jan.