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Christian Scientists deeply appreciate the notices of their...
Christian Scientists deeply appreciate the notices of their church services which appear in your paper, and it is therefore a matter of regret that it seems necessary to correct a misprint which appeared in a recent issue. The subject of the Lesson-Sermon was, "Is the Universe, including man, Evolved by Atomic Force?" However, the type had it merely, "Man Evolved by Atomic Force."
The teachings of Christian Science are very clear in this connection, and the answer to the question set forth in the subject-title is an emphatic, No! The teachings of this Science are based on the Biblical premises that God is Spirit, that He is good, and that, as John phrases it, "without him was not any thing made that was made." If like produces like—and this accords not only with Scripture, but with the teachings of natural science—then it must be plain that Spirit could not create aught that is unspiritual.
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former Committee on Publication for the State of Tennessee,
CHARLES C. BUTTERWORTH
"Song, sermon, or Science"
ADELAIDE ROGERS CALKINS
HERBERT L. FRANK
Prayer and Fasting
BESSIE L. CARN
Healing of Scars
E. HOWARD HOOPER
PEARL G. ANDREWS
Your issue of March 17 contains a synopsis of a lecture...
Charles W. J. Tennant,
In the West Australian recently appeared a report of...
Annulling Atheistic Attacks
W. Stuart Booth
One Perfect Purpose
Violet Ker Seymer
Communication to the Board of Directors
Committees on Publication from Thirty-two Districts
with contributions from David Kerr
Christian Science brought the understanding of religion...
Sylvia Kuhn with contributions from Robert H. Kuhn
May I add my pæan of praise to God, the Giver of all...
Mary T. Ketcham
Our Master said, "Freely ye have received, freely give."...
Lily Senior with contributions from Edith Senior
Having heard, about seven years ago, of some wonderful...
To withhold my thanks for what Christian Science means...
Elvina Z. Gumto
Through the study of Christian Science a better understanding...
Robert W. Shelmire
In gratitude for the testimonials in our periodicals, I wish...
Mary S. W. Allen
In the spring of 1927 I became very ill
Signs of the Times
with contributions from H. S. Kistler, E. Beard, Charles A. Dinsmore, C. Irving Benson, Maude Royden