In the experience of students of Christian Science there not infrequently comes a time when their spiritual capacity to overcome obstacles that to human sense appear to be like insurmountable stone walls, and their loyalty to divine Principle, are severely tested.
William K. Kitchen, Committee on Publication for the State of New Jersey,
- Union City
In the editorial column of your issue of August 13, under the heading "Normal People Are Usually Happy," a doctor is quoted as saying in part: "When unhappiness exists there should be a search for disease somewhere in the offing—either mental or physical," and that "mere negation of this pessimistic mental attitude is a long step in the direction of lifting the burden of misery.
J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
- Mason City
It is ordinarily conceded that when giving expert advice or even expressing opinions which are supposed to be informative and helpful, those occupying places of influence advisedly base their statements on authorities of unquestioned reliability.
Oscar Graham Peeke, Committee on Publication for the State of Missouri,
In his "Bible Lecture" to the Mexico Women's Bible Class, which was printed in your issue of November 7, a clergyman briefly commented on a phase of Christian Science teaching, and left the matter where anyone not a Christian Scientist would undoubtedly be misled by his remark.
The back date literature so generously sent by the Field to the Literature Distribution Committee of The Mother Church enables this committee to assist churches, societies, and Reading Rooms in the completing of their files.
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.