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Introductions to Lectures
KATONAH, NEW YORK (First Church).
Lecturer: Gavin W. Allan; introduced by Mrs. Alice T. Edwards, who said:—
When Pilate asked Jesus, "What is truth?" he did not wait for an answer. But Jesus, the evening before, had said to Thomas, "I am the way, the truth, and the life." Throughout history men have asked this question, "What is truth?" and everyone, consciously or otherwise, longs for truth. A dictionary defines "truth" as "agreement with reality." Therefore, truth must be immortal, eternal, unchangeable, and ever present. And since God made all, and saw that it was good, only perfection can be true.
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On Exploring the Present
ALBERT F. GILMORE
"Beloved Christian Scientists"
Lesson of the Gnarled Tree
GLENN E. DOUGLAS
Applying Christian Science
HAZEL A. WESTON
Our Part in the Church Service
VINTON A. HOLBROOK
"Study to be quiet"
Maintaining Our Identity
JESSIE LOUISE SALLS
Love Meets Our Need
ELLA A. STONE
Your issue of August 17 contains a short article on "The...
Charles W. J. Tennant, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
The Record of February 24 quotes a member of the...
Aaron E. Brandt, Committee on Publication for the State of Pennsylvania,
The station announcer said: "Good afternoon, ladies and...
"Church of the Air" talk over Columbia Broadcasting System by William Wallace Porter,
Putting Our Trust in God
Adequacy and Abundance
George Shaw Cook
with contributions from Alice T. Edwards, Mildred Coshun
The truth as revealed in Christian Science has been a...
John Edmund Pearson
I wish to express my sincere gratitude for Christian Science...
Mayme L. Clopton
Early in my experience in Christian Science, in fact before...
Juanita R. Jordan with contributions from Donald S. Jordan
I did not come into Christian Science because of any...
Kate Holland Patton
When I first began to attend the Christian Science...
Fritz Bauer with contributions from Johanna Duss, Frida Bührer
When I began the study of Christian Science, in 1900, I...
Ellen S. Johnson
I feel immense gratitude for Christian Science
Ivy E. Gandy
In February, 1928, the doctors told me that nothing could...
SUSAN F. CAMPBELL
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Stephen C. Clark, George M. Anderson, A Correspondent, Bruce Brown, J. V. Tinnin, John Snape