One summer day in the Rocky Mountains, when far up one of the canons, a group of travelers left the trail, and to their delight soon found themselves in a beautiful meadow of luxuriant grass sprinkled with daisies.
In many of the Christian Science branch churches throughout the world a building fund is maintained for the purpose of making improvements on Christian Science churches; and members of the churches and congregations are lovingly invited to participate in the work.
A Very weary one sometimes hears of Christian Science, catches some gleam of its beauty and truth, but finds himself regretting that it is not for him because he feels as if he has not the strength to master it.
Arthur F. Algie, Committee on Publication for China
The Bishop of Manchester, in giving his conclusion on the subject of spiritual healing, published in your issue of recent date, says that the practice of Christian Science has brought incalculable benefit to many people, though its theories seem to him singularly imbecile.
Charles E. Heitman, Committee on Publication for the State of New York
- July, 1924
I shall appreciate an opportunity to comment upon and correct certain erroneous implications and statements relative to the Christian Science religion contained in an article under the caption "Shafts and Darts," and also in a review of the book, "The Occult Sciences," appearing in a recent issue.
A Newspaper published in a western American state recently contained the following statement: "Whether we believe it or not, the time is not far distant when the mass of people will be consecrating not only their individual lives to God, but also their homes, their business, their pleasures, and all of the activities of every day.
The observing worker in Christian Science who has noted with satisfaction the manner in which our churches were built in the earlier days of our movement may, we feel, well be concerned to note a tendency in some localities to-day to revert to methods in church building which seem undesirable and unscientific, such as circularizing the field for contributions of funds, for subscriptions to bond issues, and the like.
It is with a deep sense of gratitude to Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, and to the God of love which this Science reveals, that I offer this testimony of its healing power.
Recently there came to me an experience which demonstrated the practical help of Christian Science in everyday affairs; and the thought also came that I could write a testimony for the periodicals, and so give a little in return for the much I have received.