A student of Christian Science, spending a vacation on the seacost, found climbing over the huge rocks and boulders piled along the shore not only an enjoyable pastime, but also illustrative or human experience in striving to gain a better understanding of Christian Science.
Ralph B. Textor, Committee on Publication for the State of Ohio,
I quite agree with the Englishman who was quoted in a recent issue of the News as saying that Christian Science presents "the highest form of philosophical conception of the American optimism," if by this is meant the optimism referred to by the New International Encyclopedia, as follows: "Usually philosophical optimism is based on the theoretical ground that the omnipotence, perfection, and wisdom of God as Creater guarantee the perfection of His creation.
Paul Gassner, Committee on Publication for Germany,
There are many hostile writings and false reports about Christian Science in circulation, which, unfortunately, are all too often regarded as true sources of information, and are passed along to others without comparison with the authorized literature.
Miss Madge Bell, Committee on Publication for the North Island of New Zealand,
Judging from the lecture recently given by a doctor on matters of health, as reported in the Tribune, it is evident that the lecturer has no knowledge of the teaching and practice of Christian Science.
Kellogg Patton, Committee on Publication for the State of Wisconsin,
Healing in Christian Science does not occur as the result of a belief "in the influence of a strong optimistic personality on the mind and body of a patient," as a clergyman implies in his sermon "Some Follies of the Age," as reported in a recent issue of your paper.
The student of Paul's career cannot fail to be impressed by the tremendous courage and fortitude which characterized the arduous experience of this militant apostle in carrying the gospel to the Gentiles.
The pamphlet, "Permanency of The Mother Church," first announced in the Sentinel of March 10, 1928, has been translated into Swedish for distribution among the Swedishspeaking Scientists and other individuals who might profit by the information it contains.
Testimonies of healings brought about at authorized lectures on Christian Science will be published in The Christian Science Journal or the Christian Science Sentinel, when verified as are other testimonies appearing in the periodicals.
It is over twelve years since I commenced to study Christian Science, and during that time I have had many wonderful experiences as a result of work done for me by consecrated practitioners, and also from work I have done for myself and my family.