Charles W. J. Tennant, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
- London, England
May it not be that much of the uncertainty expressed in the interesting discussion on religion which is being carried on in your paper arises from the fact that the theology of the schools has never explained, in a manner to satisfy both reason and revelation, the difference between the first and second chapters of Genesis, the Elohistic and Jehovistic accounts of creation?
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 eight weeks before.
Leona M. Williams
with contributions from Mason L. Williams
Christian Science healed me of chronic throat trouble, a great fear of hereditary tuberculosis, of the need for glasses, of floating kidney, and opened my eyes to my many faults and inspired the desire to correct them.
My first knowledge of Christian Science was gained some years ago when I was spending a vacation in a small town where I had gone with a friend who was a Christian Scientist, and where all the guests were Scientists.
Late in the year 1912, when discussing religion in general and prayer in particular with a friend, I was asked if I had ever read the chapter on Prayer in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.