In an article of recent date Christian Science is mentioned in connection with "psychology," "psycho-pollyanalogy," and some other ologies in a manner that might mislead the average reader, unacquainted with the teachings of Mrs.
In the report of the Diocesan Conference, given in your issue of recent date, a clergyman touches on the subject of Christian Science.
Christian Scientists are charitable towards their critics, because they recognize the fact that often the critics look at Christian Science through the distorting lens of prejudiced scholasticism, and from the standpoint of materialistic hypotheses, an attitude which precludes a correct concept of the subject.
Christian Science, being based on the Bible, does teach faith in God, as do all the great Biblical Jewish leaders and prophets, including Moses, who led the children of Israel through the Red Sea; Daniel, who stood calmly among the lions, implicitly trusting the God of his fathers for deliverance; and David amid the perils and intrigues of camp and court, courageously declaring, "My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.
It was a pleasure to see in your issue of recent date an appreciative paragraph concerning Christian Science under "Topical Notes of Local Interest.
"With regard to the Monitor, I think it a most excellent idea to publish the translations of the Christian Science articles in the different languages.
The election of George Wendell Adams, C.
THE great war left in its wake many unsolved problems, many turbulent mental conditions which it is commonly believed time alone can correct.
NOWHERE is the real defined so perfectly as in Christian Science.
PROPHESYING has been considered largely a thing of the past.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by George Shaw Cook, C.
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.
Some time ago, when I was working out a problem in Christian Science, the weekly issue of the Sentinel was delivered to me.
In the fall of 1921 a very disagreeable affection of the mouth gave me a great deal of annoyance.
Christian Science came to me nine years ago, at a time when it seemed as if I could go no further because of mental and physical anguish.
Christian Science was presented to me some time before I took it up as a study.
It is with great gratitude to God, to our dear Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, and those Christian Scientists who have so lovingly and patiently helped me in the understanding of this wonderful truth, that I write this testimony.
In gratitude for all the blessings that my wife, our children, and I have received through Christian Science, I am happy to send my testimony.
Christian Science has been such a wonderful revelation and help to me that I should like to try to express my gratitude for all the blessings I have derived from it.
O LORD, deep in my heart abiding, Thou art with me; No greater comfort than confiding, My God, in Thee.
[From the Free Press, Burlington, Vermont, Jan.