When Jesus was about to send his disciples out into the world equipped with nothing tangible to the material senses as a means of defense against the onslaughts of error, which he well knew would be forthcoming against any emissary of Truth, he gently warned them to be "wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.
Albert E. Lombard, Committee on Publication for Southern California,
An article entitled "The Duty of Being Happy," in your issue of April 24, included Christian Science among organizations "to make people happy," but implied mistakenly that Christian Science is fundamentally the same as other systems mentioned in the article.
An announcement of unusual importance is made by the Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy concerning the publication of a new edition of the Christian Science textbook, to be known as the Students' Edition.
About fourteen years ago, when in front of the home of some people whom I knew to be Christian Scientists, I thought how wonderful it must be, when sick, not to have to send for a doctor, not to be afraid that you will die.