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It is a hopeful and encouraging sign of the times that...
[Extracts from an address by John R. Carr, before the members of the faculty and students of the George School, Pennsylvania, given under the auspices of the Christian Science Committee on Publication, April 15, 1934]
It is a hopeful and encouraging sign of the times that the faculty and students at our institutions of learning are interested in things religious, interested enough to voluntarily arrange for the presentation of spiritual subjects to an assembly of its members. This spirit of tolerance, investigation, research, and fair play argues well for the youth of the present generation.
The Commandments and the Beatitudes
WILLIAM P. MC KENZIE
The Mountain Path
ALEXANDRA BOBRIKOVA CRICHTON
CARL J. PETERSON
"Search the scriptures"
E. OLIVE DAVIS
"An International Daily Newspaper"
P. HOWARD BARRINGER
HELEN R. QUITZOW
Our Right Place
DORA S. FETZER
"In every thing give thanks"
LORENE H. TROUSDALE
A vicar is reported in a recent issue of your paper as...
Mrs. Winifred M. Hartley, Committee on Publication for Staffordshire, England.
As a Christian Scientist I wish to thank you for the article...
Frank K. Poe, Committee on Publication for the State of Maryland,
ELLA A. STONE
On God's Side
W. Stuart Booth
From the Directors
The Christian Science Board Of Directors
with contributions from Weltha G. Seide, Alfred Hubert Beere
My first introduction to Christian Science was hearing...
James W. Cusack
With a sense of deepest gratitude I should like to give my...
Lucy S. Shelley
In September, 1932, I was taken with rheumatism,...
Of the many Scriptural texts inscribed upon the walls...
Henry Maxwell Paul
Christian Science has changed my whole life, and I want...
About seven years ago one of my knees became swollen
I first turned to Christian Science at the end of the World...
Mildred O. Eiloart
Forever in His Care
ELIZABETH SADDORIS MC CARTY
Signs of the Times
with contributions from James Bryant Conant, A Correspondent, H. R. L. Sheppard, D. M. Panton, Joseph Fort Newton