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New Members of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship
Mr. Peter B. Biggins received his education in Scotland, his native land, and when he was indentured as a student-at-law in Edinburgh and was taking his law course his health failed and he was obliged to leave both university and law office.
In 1905 he emigrated to Manitoba, Canada, where two years later he became a student of Christian Science, and was healed. He then returned to a law office, and was offered promotion, at which time he gave up that work to engage in the practice of Christian Science healing. Nearly ten years later, in 1922, he was given instruction by the Board of Education and became a teacher of Christian Science.
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from John M. Brewer, A. Barry Bacon, Edward L. Ripley, The Christian Science Board of Directors
Reliance on God
Love Guides Us into Peace
JOAN MC CRAY
"No vision more bright"
BARBARA D. WILSON
In a sermon reported in your issue of October 13, the...
William K. Primrose,
In an article in the Hamburger Anzeiger of September 17,...
Gen. A. Kundinger, former Committee on Publication for Germany,
MABLE I. CLAPP
Maintaining Our Position in Science
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from William Roland Holland, Helen Marion Marsh
In May, 1932, while my husband was absent from home,...
In the late summer of 1928 I became afflicted with...
Oscar T. Mitchell
It is now about thirteen years since Christian Science...
Adeline Lovering Carter with contributions from Adeline Beatrice Carter
About sixteen years ago I took up the study of Christian Science...
Laura Forbes Riches
My present position in life, what I am and what I have,...
C. J. Oscar Bergström
Knowing that the healings of various forms of disease,...
Eva Fairbrother Musgrave
Christian Science has proved to be the greatest blessing...
Walter Wm. Moberg
Omnipotence of God
NORMAN LAMONT PRICE
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Hugh Redwood, M. A. Capron, Livingstone H. Lomas, Frank Mann