DIVINE ideas abound eternally, For Mind omniscient is and infinite, And ever has, and will, unceasingly Fulfill each promise set in Holy Writ.
An editorial in a recent issue of the Recorder, commenting on the article reprinted in that issue from the Christian Science Sentinel, indicated reluctance to accept the Christian Science viewpoint that the works of Christ Jesus were accomplished wholly through spiritual means.
"Churchgoer," in your recent issue, questions a passage appearing in The Christian Science Journal of March, 1926, in an article entitled "The Burden of Proof," which he quotes as follows: "The appearance of any form of mental or physical disease, whether the individual knows it or not, is unmistakable proof of the supposititious presence in human consciousness of some antecedent misconception, the only permanent remedy for which is the truth.
Your contributor, writing under the healing, "The Potter and the Clay," quotes, in a recent issue of your paper, from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, but refrains from mentioning the name of the book, as he says, "for fear of hurting the tender sensibilities" of those who have adopted its interpretation of the Bible as a guide in their daily lives.
I shall not endeavor here to answer the question of a clergyman in the report of his sermon published in your recent issue, "Why is it that nearly all of the churches hardly have a handful on Sunday morning?
The explanations offered from a psychological viewpoint by a doctor in response to the Oregonian's recent editorial "Mistaken for a Deer," misses the mark in so far as applying to Christian Science.
The Biblical statement, "And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good," makes it quite clear that God has not made or provided, nor is He conscious of, such a place as hell.
THE Master's true humility, His unselfed love, Taught gentle, willing fisher folk Truth from above.
IN "Retrospection and Introspection".
MORTALS live in a state of uncertainty as to whether God's help is available or not; indeed, they often appear to be in doubt about His very existence.
THERE is many a point of view from which the confession of sins may be considered.
The Publishing Society wishes to call the attention of Christian Scientists to the publications available in the Braille system of type for use of the blind.
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.
Coming to the United States as a young girl, with very little knowledge of the English language, I became sensitive and self-conscious, and for many years it was very hard for me to speak to or before strangers.
When I was eleven years old I suffered from curvature of the spine, the result of a bad fall.
Nineteen years ago the truth was presented to me by one of Mrs.
Like a number of other seekers for the truth I came into Christian Science only after investigating various other systems.
A few years ago Christian Science was brought to my attention.
All my life, from childhood, I have wanted to understand about God and man.
Over fifteen years ago Christian Science found me in the condition stated on <a class="tome-reference"
[From the Star-News, Pasadena, California]