Out of the depths Christ hath called thee,Called thee to light.
Your issue of December 21, 1934, reports a minister of the gospel as saying in a recent sermon, "The Christian Science attitude is akin to that of Hindu Vedantism," and that "the whole philosophy of Christian Science teaching has a spirit of unreality about it.
With reference to your library feature last week, I should like to say that the records of Edmonton Public Library are not a sufficient indication of the public interest in Christian Science and demand for its authorized and approved literature.
Your issue of June 8 contains a letter on spiritual healing, in which Christian Science is referred to as though it were not strictly in line with the Gospels.
In the "Points from the Pulpit" column a clergyman is reported to have said, "Practically every religious crank of today had his prototype at the end of the first century—the ancestors of theosophists, Christian Scientists, and all the rest.
So gentle was his touch, so kind his eye—No fragile loveliness could pass him by,Nor shrink affrighted from his waiting hand,Lest, seeing, he should fail to understand.
"No man, having put his hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God.
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This week's number of the Sentinel contains a notice of the Publishing Society's issuance, in new edition, of the book entitled "Christian Science and Its Discoverer," by Miss E.
MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.
"All thy works shall praise thee, O Lord".
I want to express my gratitude for a healing I received and for the loving service given me by a Christian Science practitioner.
Through sincere study and faithful application of the truths contained in the Bible, as demonstrated by Christ Jesus, our Way-shower, and stated in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" and the other writings of our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, I was shown the way of salvation from sin, sickness, and death.
For some time I have had the desire to testify to the healing power of Christian Science.
I have felt for a long time that I should write and express my gratitude for Christian Science and the many proofs I have had of its protecting and supporting power in times of physical, financial, and mental distress.
I am very grateful for the fact that all my life I have known of the protecting and healing power of Christian Science.
With a heart overflowing with gratitude I desire to testify to the healing power of Christian Science.
I should like to testify to the healing and regenerating power of Christian Science.
I am truly grateful for Christian Science, and especially for the Christian Science Sunday School.
They cast in much, but not so muchAs she who cast in less than they.
[From the Church Visitor, Dallas, Wisconsin]
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