OF straightest sect, Saul lived a Pharisee; Arrogant with pride and power, he stood, Consenting to the crime which hate and fear Sent blindly forth to silence that great truth Which shone through Stephen's noble life of love; Scattered abroad, made havoc of the church, Entered the homes of saints in willful zeal, To bind, imprison those whose lives were pure.
A medical writer in a recent article published in the Herald explained the success of other forms of healing in a way which calls for correction by a Christian Scientist.
That a certain minister should attempt to influence people into believing that Christian Science is what it is not, by stating that his sermon is drawn from "careful, conscientious, scholarly analysis of the subject," when his statements show clearly that he has in no sense mastered the subject, is wrong even from the standpoint of fair play.
An evangelist, contributing to your paper, assumes that Mary Baker Eddy must be wrong because her book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," is not recognized by some as an authority on the subject of Christianity.
In your issue of recent date under the caption, "World Saved by Sacrifice, Says Preacher," appears the statements: "The fact of sin in the world is an acknowledged fact.
"I think I am most grateful for the editorials, for the correct viewpoint with which they help me to see the affairs of the world, always giving me something new to think about,—some better way to look at the various issues of the day.
IT is not uncommon among mortals for a person to attempt to exercise restraining and undue influence over his associates, whether they be his fellow-workers, the members of his household, his pupils in public or private schools,—over those, in brief, with whom one establishes human relations of whatsoever character.
WHEN in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures".
JOHN'S words, written in his first epistle, "Beloved, now are we the sons of God," are full of hope for all who understand their deep spiritual significance.
Beginning March 30, 1925, The Christian Science Monitor will be published daily in three editions, to be known as the Atlantic Edition, the Central Edition, and the Pacific Edition.
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.
In reviewing the past few years, I recall the words from the book of Daniel, "Fear not, Daniel: for from the first day that thou didst set thine heart to understand, and to chasten thyself before thy God, thy words were heard.
I did not come into Christian Science for physical healing, but for the healing of grief.
With the hope that my testimony may be a help to one who may be suffering, I want to tell of three wonderful demonstrations of healing wrought through faith in and the understanding of God's goodness, as revealed to us through Christian Science.
I am very grateful for the opportunity of giving this testimony about what Christian Science has done for me.
About eight years ago Christian Science was brought to my notice by one who had been healed.
During 1918, I had occasion to visit one of the best specialists in Johannesburg, and he informed me that I had internal polypous growths of several years' standing.
The grace of infinite Love revealed to mankind in Christian Science, "healing sickness and destroying sin," as we read in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
It is with the deepest sense of gratitude I send this testimony of my healing in Christian Science.
I naturally love the truth as taught in Christian Science, as I have been healed, sustained, governed, guided, and protected by it.
Feeling that I owe my life to Christian Science, I am only too happy to give this testimony, realizing that words fail to express the joy that fills our thought and life when healed through Christian Science, being thus brought into a knowledge of the all-good, the only power, God, who never separates Himself from the child He has created.
[From Morgenavisen, Bergen, Norway, Oct.