J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
I respectfully request permission to correct through your columns the erroneous inference that Christian Science is a "no-God religion," which appeared in an article from the Watchman-Examiner reprinted in the Record on August 16.
Robert Ramsey, Committee on Publication for Lanarkshire, Scotland,
In your issue of July 19 there is a report of a sermon preached by a bishop in the course of which the bishop is credited with saying that "fantastic types of belief such as spiritualism, Christian Science, and magical sacramentalism had gained new vitality" through a revival of superstition.
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.
It has been my privilege to have Christian Science as my only physician, my mother having been wonderfully healed a few years before her marriage, when physicians had given her only twenty-four hours to live.
All my life I had believed in the power of love, but not knowing the difference between the divine and the human, I had never found a love that would stand the test; and, consequently, my life had been one disappointment after another, until I was afraid to hope for anything good for fear of being disappointed.