How often have those visiting a Christian Science church for the first time been impressed with the glow of happiness they have observed in the faces of many present there! And why should the Christian Scientist be happy?
John H. O'Loughlin, Committee on Publication for Northumberland, England,
It is a pity that a correspondent whose letter appeared in a recent issue allowed himself to be deceived by the baseless suggestions that the Manual of The Mother Church had become inoperative, and that Christian Science came otherwise than by Mrs.
Frank A. Updegraff, Committee on Publication for the State of Kansas,
Christian Scientists appreciate, and are in full accord with, much that you published under the caption, "The Great Physician," in a recent edition of your newspaper, but do not agree with the statement that "any man who thinks straight and long enough will know that the position of Christian Science is unsound and full of metaphysical and scientific holes.
Arthur J. Chapman, Committee on Publication for the State of Louisiana,
- New Orleans
Your issue of January 27 contains an article entitled "To-morrow's Doctor" which makes reference to mental healing and states that "the quack often achieves remarkable cures, the result in most cases of his loudly expressed faith in a cure.
How often have mortals wondered if ever a universal remedy will be found for the ills that afflict them! Here they are, they believe, dwelling in a material body, subject to material law, and the victims of all manner of evil.
Churches and societies in the United States and the Dominion of Canada which wish to give lectures during the first two months of the next lecture year, namely, July and August, 1931, are requested to inform the Board of Lectureship before May 25.
Many years ago I was the recipient of God's precious gift of spiritual healing, and I feel impelled to express the gratitude so deeply felt for the innumerable proofs of the care and protection of divine Love.