Nearly every one is familiar with the old dictum, "Hell is paved with good intentions;" but only those who have been through the experience of merely having good intentions, with the consequent remorse that eventually must come from not having carried them out, can appreciate the import of the statement.
Harry L. Rhodes, Committee on Publication for the State of Kansas,
According to a news item in to-day's Capital, under the caption, "Recognize Mental Healing," it would seem that the Associated Press report of the convention of American rabbis has inadvertently confused Christian Science healing with mental suggestion.
Carrington Hening, Committee on Publication for the State of New Jersey,
The writer of the "Daily Editorial," entitled, "Our Best Friends and Worst Enemies," in your recent issue, is evidently unfamiliar with the teachings of Christian Science, in his comparison of it with the Coue system.
Ralph W. Still, Committee on Publication for the State of Texas,
Christian Science is referred to in a recent report of a sermon in such a way as to make it appear to claim that its teachings improve on the teachings of the ninety-first psalm and the sixth chapter of Matthew; whereas Christian Scientists make no claim that their teachings improve upon any of those of the Bible.
William C. Brookes, Committee on Publication for Midlothian, Scotland,
A professor is reported as having told his university audience that if a patient desired treatment of a magical kind he "might go to a Christian Scientist," such treatment invoking mystery and appealing to "the superstitious elements lying latent in the patient's mind.
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.
When the subject of Christian Science was presented to me by a friend, a number of years ago, I was searching for something more satisfying than could be found in the ordinary religious teachings, although I had up to that time taken little interest in religion, as it all seemed so incomprehensible to me.