To mankind death seems to be such an irrefutable fact that even those to whom the truth about God and man has been revealed through Christian Science often assign to the belief excessive importance.
Nathanael—Thou of Galilee,In meditation wondrous sweet,Did angels come to thee,And with message so divine,That thou its import sought to know?
I believe Christian Scientists, as a class, enjoy clever wit and commendable humor as much as do other people.
Your correspondent begins his criticism of Christian Science by asserting that it is "subtle and perilous.
The teachings of Christian Science are based wholly and entirely upon the Bible, and neither Mrs.
Will you kindly allow me space in this week's issue of your paper for a short answer to a clergyman's criticism on Christian Science?
No one should question our critic's right to his opinion of Christian Science, but Christian Scientists can reasonably object to his arbitrary and unsupported statement, published in your issue of recent date, that the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, is an "aggregation of effrontery, inconsistency, and falsehoods.
"Please accept these words of grateful appreciation for the privilege I have had in being a guest at the Christian Science sanatorium, and as a testimony of the beautiful healing which is going on there.
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What deep assurance of God's care and of His presence and power to help runs through the Psalms! Open them almost where one may, it is the same.
When Jesus taught that incomparable petition, "Forgive us our debts," and then added the yet more remarkable condition, "as we forgive our debtors," he certainly presented to mankind the way to attain limitless possibilities of good.
In order to make a uniform basis for the quantity rate as applied to all of Mrs.
Boston, Massachusetts—The First Church of Christ, Scientist.
To insure that complete lecture notices be printed in the Sentinel, detailed information should reach the Editorial Department regarding lectures in the United States and Canada, four weeks before the date of the lecture; in Great Britain and Ireland, five weeks before; in other European countries, six weeks before.
In 1917, when the World War was at its height, I came to the city of New York to await transportation to Europe.
Jesus said, "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.
It is with a desire to help others that I wish to express my gratitude for the healing and regenerating power of Christian Science.
With the hope of encouraging others to press forward, as other testimonies have encouraged me to do, I relate an experience through which our two-year-old son recently passed.
After I had suffered frequently for a number of years from an intestinal complaint, with appendicitis and hemorrhoidal trouble, I had an especially severe attack a few years ago, which again caused me to seek the advice of a physician.
The Christian Science Sentinel, dated February 3, 1923, is a particularly helpful one to me, and I feel a joyful impulsion to corroborate one of the articles and a testimony.
I have known of this beautiful healing truth for about twenty years, and it can be given all the credit for my stay upon this earth.
Four years ago last spring I found myself unable to hold longer my position in the business world.
Articles from members of The Mother Church and good testimonies from those healed by Christian Science are always welcomed for consideration by the Editors.
[From the Times, Visalia, California, March 22, 1925]