The Christian Science Quarterly is of inestimable benefit to the student, since it unfolds a systematic course of study applicable to daily human needs.
We write letters to our friends, and enjoy receiving letters from them.
In your issue of April 29 there appeared under "Readers' Views" a letter by "Faith and Freedom" entitled "Religion and Dogma.
On account of some recent comment at Ord on the subject of spiritual healing, I ask your kind consideration for this noncontroversial explanation of the difference between Christian Science and every other so-called mental method of healing.
Your issue of February 13 contains a synopsis of a sermon on the subject of Christian Science.
In the able article "Something Radically at Fault," published in the Observer of March 20, I regret to note that the writer steps far aside to misrepresent unkindly a well-known religion.
"They shall not build," and lose the promiseOf an habitation strong;Nor shall they plant, and lose the harvestsThat to faithful hands belong;But they shall build, and then inhabit;Great shall be their peace, and long;And they shall plant, and gather richly;They shall harvest with a song.
A visitor to The Mother Church was recently asked, "What new undertaking is designed to register in material terms the spiritual activity of spreading the gospel to the nations of the world?
Although the adjectives "human" and "mortal" can be used interchangeably, what is human can be distinguished from what is mortal, and this distinction has a good reason and a practical value.
Among the dictionary definitions of "idol" we find, "A form or appearance without substance;.
A translation of "Rudimental Divine Science" and of "No and Yes" into the Czech, or Bohemian, language was published on October 15, 1931, in one volume, with alternate pages of English and Czech, in both library and pocket editions, uniform in size with the library and pocket editions of the other writings by Mary Baker Eddy.
I want to take advantage of the great privilege granted to us in the Christian Science periodicals, to express publicly my gratitude for the many blessings that have come to me through divine Love.
It is with a deep sense of grateful joy that I testify to the healing and regenerating power of divine Truth as taught in Christian Science.
My first healing in Christian Science was from an attack of neuritis, which occurred years ago.
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science.
It is with great gratitude that I give my testimony of what Christian Science has done for me.
Twenty-one years ago I turned unreservedly to Christian Science for help, aften ten years spent in search of health through various material systems, including several serious operations, all of which had left me in a pitiful state of fear and weakness.
There is a passage in the Bible which says, "If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; and ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
Over eleven years ago I was healed through Christian Science of bowel trouble, hay fever, influenza, and a blind abscess on the gums which a dentist said could never be reached.
The blind receive not sight: they do not seeBecause they look for light where none can be,Through eyes which suffer blight unknowingly.
[President Hoover, as quoted in the Boston Herald, Massachusetts]
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