A TEACHER in a Christian Science Sunday School had pointed out to her pupils that in many cases of healing which he accomplished, Jesus demanded a sign of activity.
WHEN in sincere desire for truth and goodWe break with love the ground of hardened thought,Lay the foundation of enlightened faith,Place stone on stone of constant gratitude,Crowning the structure with a steadfast joy,Furnishing it with peace and quiet prayer—When in our consciousness we do these things,Then do we build and consecrate our church.
At a session recently held by the Georgia Medical Association in Augusta, a doctor is reported as having attacked "quacks and practitioners of the healing art who yearly are turning millions of dollars away from the medical profession and doing their patients no good.
The purpose of my recent letter was, first, to remove any misunderstanding regarding Christian Science prayer and the conveying of suggestions to a patient, which your correspondent understood was being used; and, secondly, to point out that Christian Science healing is not demonstrated through hypnotism, mesmerism, or any form of necromancy.
In a recent issue of the Post I noticed the report of an address in the course of which a doctor dealing with unorthodox healing agencies, amongst which he included Christian Science, is alleged to have remarked that "one feature all these unorthodox methods had in common, they utilized suggestion.
In the Glasgow Herald, under the heading "Women's Topics," a statement was made which, no doubt quite unintentionally, gave a wrong impression of Christian Science.
Some months ago the author of an article in a London weekly magazine wrote: "There is a great paradox in the religious life of England today.
IN his Sermon on the Mount Jesus uttered the words, "Ye have heard that it hath been said, An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth: but I say unto you, That ye resist not evil.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE has revealed the unity of good on the basis of one infinite Mind, God, and it is for Christian Scientists to demonstrate this unity individually and collectively.
The triennial Normal Class of the Christian Science Board of Education was held early in December.
Gratitude for all that Christian Science has done for me prompts me to give this testimony.
I have received so many blessings from Christian Science that I have desired for a long time to give some expression to the gratitude which is in my heart for its Discoverer and Founder.
I feel it a duty and a privilege to express my gratitude to Mary Baker Eddy for what Christian Science has done and is doing for me.
Christian Science literature had often been brought to our home, but I would always send it back without reading it, telling my husband that I did not want anything to do with that religion.
I did not come into Christian Science for physical healing, nor even in the search for happiness, but because I longed to be better.
My earliest recollections along religious lines are my questionings as to why people were not healed as Jesus healed.
Christian Science is founded on the Bible, and an understanding of its teachings heals, sustains, and protects God's children.
I came into Christian Science for healing about ten years ago.
About sixteen years ago Christian Science found me a physical and mental wreck.
In January, 1921, I was suffering very much physically, and one day, when in a very discouraged state of thought, I decided to leave my work and endeavor to regain my health.
STEP by step I climbed the rugged hillOf thought to heaven's door.
[General Smuts, in his rectorial address at St.
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