A STUDENT, young in Christian Science, once found herself confronted by a problem which seemed to involve much of error — ill health, unhappiness, and a seeming lack of harmony.
A recent issue of the Citizen contains a sermon by a clergyman entitled "The Compassion of God.
In a recent issue of the Times a report of an interview gives a certain lady's opinions on certain subjects.
The irrelevant caption, "A Military Christian Scientist," which was given to an article in your recent issue, quoting a barber-surgeon of the sixteenth century military life, in remarks about medical quacks tearing into strips the shirt of a wounded nobleman, placing the strips crosswise on the wounds, eating a diet of prunes, and so forth, in unsuccessful treatment of the latter's wounds, can have no other purpose than invidious comparison.
In the report of sermon printed in your paper having for its topic, "What we may learn from Christian Science," a minister commends the works of Christian Science in a broad and kindly way.
In your recent issue you have again put before your readers an attack upon Christian Science and upon its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, giving the editor of the Paris.
In a recent issue of your paper the report of a lecture on "Religion and Medicine" is given in which Christian Science is referred to as a false system and a faith-healing cult.
[From a pardoned inmate of Walla Walla Penitentiary, Washington]
Frequently, it seems, Christian Scientists pay too little attention to the important fact that as disciples of Christ Jesus, and as loyal followers of Mrs.
In "Rudimental Divine Science".
Students of Christian Science are sometimes accused of being dogmatic, blamed for what some people call their stubbornness.
For the convenience of branch churches which may be about to make arrangements for lectures on Christian Science this summer or in the early fall we are announcing that Miss Lucia C.
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, at least four weeks before the date of the lecture; in Great Britain and Ireland, at least five weeks before; in other European countries, at least six weeks before.
"O give thanks unto the Lord; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.
My testimony of gratitude to God and Christian Science will show how I was lifted out of earth's cold darkness into the wonderful rays of divine strength and Love.
About eleven years ago I began to read the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, more to please some relatives who had become students of this Science than from any hope of being healed physically.
When I was a child I was subject to frequent attacks of malarial fever.
As a mother, a student of Christian Science, and an earnest reader of the literature, I should like very much to tell of two helpful experiences that have, since I became a student of Christian Science, been guiding posts along the way of life.
Christian Science has done so much for me that I want to tell others about it.
Words can never express my deep sense of joyful gratitude to Christian Science for a marvelous healing I had a little more than two years ago.
I am grateful that I have been able to prove that Christian Science is the truth, and that it does heal.
After suffering from lumbago for many years I should like to tell how I was healed by Christian Science, and what a joy it has brought into my life.
When quite a young child a story book of the Bible was given me in which I became very much interested, and having been taught that the miracles therein were true, I often asked the question, Why are not these works possible to-day?
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 an article by the Rev.