"To live so as to keep human consciousness in constant relation with the divine, the spiritual, and the eternal, is to individualize infinite power; and this is Christian Science," Mrs.
Heading a feature on the Woman's Page in a daily newspaper were the words, "What Prayer of Yours Was Beautifully Answered?
Although none of the articles in your issue of July 18  mentioned Christian Science by name, readers of the Independent-Review probably recognized the implied criticism of this religion when an item, discussing opposition to vaccination, classified as "silly ideas" some of the teachings that are known to be accepted by Christian Scientists.
May I again have space to reply to a letter misrepresenting Christian Science.
O Father-Mother God, I love Thee well,And come to listen for Thy "Peace, be still,"The thoughts of hate and wrong and strife to quell,And joyously with love my heart to fill.
References to Christian Science in the press have been many and varied, but criticisms by those interested in scholastic theology and materia medica have predominated.
You take no risks when doing right.
In general human experience, a problem is regarded as an unsolved difficulty; but this word has different meanings.
Even as the husbandman rejoices in the time of harvest, so the workers in the Field of Christian Science activity rejoice at Annual Meeting time in the evidences of fruitful endeavor.
Christian Scientists who frequent Yosemite Valley, California, during the summer months of June, July, and August will be glad to know that First Church of Christ, Scientist, Fresno, will this year sponsor Christian Science services there as in past summers.
Announcement is made that the biography "Mary Baker Eddy: A Life Size Portrait" by Dr.
Nine years ago I was invited by a friend to attend a Christian Science church.
In counting the many blessings that have come to me and mine through Christian Science, I feel it a great privilege to be able to express my gratitude, including thanks for its Discoverer and Founder—our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy.
In the spring of 1910, I was suffering from a disease which the physician said had reached the incurable stage.
About forty years ago, when a very small boy, I overheard what to me was a remarkable conversation, which took place between my mother and her aunt, who was visiting at our home in Nova Scotia.
During the past eleven years Christian Science has been of inestimable value to me, and during the last six years I do not know what I should have done without it.
It is my daily endeavor to serve mankind according to Christian Science alone.
With deep gratitude I bear witness to the healing power of the truth, as it is taught in Christian Science.
I wish to express my gratitude for a recent healing in Christian Science.
Think not thy sphere to circumscribe With measurements of time and space.
[Form the Alliance Review, Ohio]
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