In the Bible are records of builders of many kinds—builders of arks, gates, temples, walls, altars, strongholds—who expressed in their work their concept of God, and their need of His help and protection.
An aeronautical engineer, who is a Christian Scientist, was given the opportunity of handling the structural design of a new type of airplane wing, for which the rules of procedure were not definitely established.
The Hon. C. Augustus Norwood, Committee on Publication for The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts,
Since the report of a meeting of the International New Thought Alliance in your issue of June 22 might lead some of your readers to conclude that Christian Science is one of "two main streams of New Thought" which have flowed from the teachings of Phineas P.
Louis N. Denniston, Committee on Publication for the State of Connecticut,
On behalf of the Christian Scientists of Connecticut, I wish to express gratitude for the generous space given in your issues of August 3 and 10 to articles from the Home Forum page of The Christian Science Monitor.
Leslie Burn Andreae, Committee on Publication for Norfolk, England,
It is particularly interesting for Christian Scientists to read in today's Eastern Daily Press a clergyman's statement that "Science will fail in its purpose unless and until it recognizes that the scientist himself is a religious being and that the only view of the universe which ultimately will satisfy is the spiritual interpretation," because that statement agrees so well with that of Mary Baker Eddy in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," where she writes.