A gentle shower of cooling rainFell on my little world to-day;And in its quiet, tender wayHas washed away the dust and stain.
May I submit to your readers that Christian Science differs radically from the teachings mentioned [in a recent editorial, namely, pragmatism, intuitionism, spiritualism] upon this point, that its teaching is based upon the allness of God, Spirit; hence the nature of Christian Science is wholly spiritual, not material.
In an article entitled "The Triumph of the Ancestral Spirit of the Indians" the religious teaching of Christian Science is also briefly mentioned, and the absolutely erroneous statement is made that "Christian Science is a ritual of exorcism; demons of sickness are denied; appropriate formulas are chanted over the refractory body.
I read with interest the article on faith healing by a clergyman in a recent issue of your paper, and especially his statement: "Jesus had perfect understanding of every law of God, his Father.
In a recent issue there appeared some misinformation with regard to the practice of Christian Science by its adherents.
May I be permitted to correct certain misstatements regarding Christian Science made in the moderator's address as reported in a recent issue of the Advertiser.
Cicero once declared, "Friendship is the only thing in the world concerning the usefulness of which all mankind are agreed.
The pamphlet, "Permanency of The Mother Church," first announced in the Sentinel of March 10, 1928, has been translated into French for distribution among French-speaking Scientists and other individuals speaking the French language who might profit by the information it contains.
Applications for admission to membership in The Mother Church may be sent to the Clerk at any time throughout the year.
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.
I am grateful to God, the Giver of all good, for the many channels through which I have been helped in finding my way into the land of Christian Science.
I wish to express my gratitude for the help Christian Science has been to me the last seven or eight years.
I have been studying "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy and the other authorized Christian Science literature, and also the Lesson-Sermons from the Christian Science Quarterly, for over ten years.
About four years ago I heard Christian Science spoken of for the first time.
Gratitude to God, our heavenly Father, to Christ Jesus, and to our revered Leader, Mrs.
Having proved for myself Mrs.
I am indeed more than grateful to be able to recount a few of the many blessings which have come to me and mine with the hope that it may help someone who is struggling on the journey from sense to Soul.
I should like to add a few words of praise to what has already been said for Christian Science.
Not many years ago, being a young wife and mother, I awakened to the fact of the impossibility of my ways and methods being able to solve the problems which daily confronted me, and of what Mrs.
[Bishop William Lawrence, as quoted in the Traveler, Boston, Massachusetts]
A translation of "Rudimental Divine Science" and "No and Yes" into the German language is now published in one volume with alternate pages of English and German, in both cloth and pocket editions, uniform in size with the library and pocket editions of other writings by Mary Baker Eddy.