Mrs. Winifred M. Hartley, Committee on Publication for Staffordshire, England,
In the final article of the series which appeared in the Express and Star, "The Christian Faith and Spiritualism," the writer makes the statement that the Christian Science movement is carrying away numbers of Christians from the fundamental teaching of the early apostolic church.
The Field will be interested to know that the completion of the interior of the new Publishing House is proceeding satisfactorily and as rapidly as is consistent with acceptable workmanship and desirable results.
An encouraging sign of the times is the increasingly widespread recognition of the fact that human warfare cannot end war any more than hate can mollify malice, than fear can antitode apprehension of evil, than shadows can dispel darkness.
I cannot find words to express the joy that came to me five years ago when, after several months of treatment from a practitioner, and earnest reading from the Bible and Science and Health, I glimpsed the truth that Jesus said would make us free.
As I recall the great help which Christian Science has been to me during the past seventeen years, I feel a deep sense of gratitude, and a desire to help others to obtain a demonstrable understanding of this Science of Life.