Who at one time or another has not been confronted with a problem of sickness or sin, or of business cares and worries, to the extent that he has yearned to see clearly the light which would guide him out of the difficulty?
Making use of Christian Science to keep the body well is but a small part of the great task of working out one's salvation; for this effort is but the introductory step toward overcoming the world, the flesh, and all evil.
Charles W. J. Tennant, District Manager of the Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
In reply to "Antipas," writing in your issue of August 23, there are certain verses in the Bible which imply that God is omnipresent, such as Psalms 139: 7-12 and <a class="tome-reference"
Ernest L. Buchanan, Committee on Publication for Manitoba,
- Winnipeg (translation)
An article by "Bonelli" in a recent issue of your paper so entirely misrepresents Christian Science that in justice to Christian Science, and for the information of your readers, space is respectfully requested to correct a few of the erroneous statements contained therein.
Lester B. McCoun, Committee on Publication for the State of Nebraska,
My attention having just been called to a clergyman's letter in your issue of October 24, which mentions Christian Science in a misleading manner, I request that you kindly publish the following correction.
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.
Christian Science first claimed my attention about nine years ago, when I witnessed the healing through absent treatment of an acquaintance; but I did not think of applying such a remedy to any ailment of my own until I was compelled to do so.