In her Message to The Mother Church for 1901.
My attention has been drawn to a somewhat veiled attack on Christian Science by a writer in the News.
In the section entitled "Church News and Views" there appeared a quotation from a British novelist in regard to Christian unity.
The true Christian Scientist is not a fanatic nor a lawbreaker.
Christian Scientists rejoice that, through the discovery and demonstration of Christian Science, the churches are increasingly awakening to the necessity of including spiritual healing as part of their normal work.
In accordance with the Scriptures, Christian Science teaches that God is one.
Jesus did not claim that he was God, and although the critic quotes from the first chapter of John's gospel to verify his statement that Jesus was God, this same chapter speaks of him as "the only begotten Son.
God loves you,So simple, sweet,These words of TruthThat silence error's thrall,Destroy the claims of false beliefAnd make us knowThat God is All.
The student of Christian Science awakens to the paramount necessity of making spiritual truth real to himself.
There is nothing that the Christian Scientist desires more earnestly to attain than real self-abnegation.
The beginner in Christian Science often finds himself questioning as to the nature and value of the rites and ceremonies which may have formed part of his religious life before he commenced the study of this Science.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Frank Bell, a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship, in the church edifice, Norway, Falmouth, and St.
Those having charge of lecture arrangements for churches and societies in the United States and Canada should carefully note that announcements of lectures for publication in the Sentinel, as well as all changes of date, hour, or place, should be sent direct to the Editorial Department of The Christian Science Publishing Society as early as possible.
The attention of clerks and committees of branch churches in the United States and Canada, having in charge arrangements for lectures, is called to the necessity of having the information reach the Editorial Department at least four weeks before the date of the lecture, in order to insure publication in the Sentinel.
It is with a heart full of gratitude to God, to Christ Jesus, the Way-shower, to our beloved Leader, Mrs.
For years before I came to Christian Science I was a student of the Bible, but could not understand its true meaning, although I longed to do so.
It is with a sense of love and of my duty to my fellowmen to spread the truth of the healing power of Christian Science, as proved to me, that I write this testimony; also, in the hope that it may help others as I have been helped and encouraged many times.
Great and deep-felt gratitude to God, to our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, and to a dear Christian Science practitioner impels me to recount a healing which I have experienced.
In the spring of 1915, I first began the study of Christian Science.
It is with a heart overflowing with gratitude that I should like to let my small tributary of thankfulness merge into the great stream of love which is continually flowing through the Christian Science periodicals.
I have had so many proofs of healing and other helps through the application of the teachings of Christian Science that I send this testimony hoping it may help others.
Words are indeed inadequate to express my gratitude for Christian Science.
It is eleven years since I began the study of Christian Science, or rather the reading of the Christian Science literature.
About eight years ago Christian Science was presented to me, and I feel so grateful and happy about it.
The grace of God!It comes we know not how;It blesses us where'er we be,Whate'er we do, and now.
[From an editorial in the News-Index, Evanston, Illinois, Oct.