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Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication
An editor of a weekly farm paper at first refused to accept our offer to send him The Christian Science Monitor for one year on the exchange-for-advertising basis, saying that our paper contained too much reading material and the news was old when it arrived from Boston. He seemed quite unfriendly to Christian Science, but after some weeks he agreed to accept the Monitor on this basis.
Supply and Success
ANNIE LOUISE ROBERTSON
RUTH R. WESLER
Man's True Business
ETHEL WASGATT DENNIS
"The lusts of other things"
NINA SEYMOUR KEAY
"Where can I get a job?"
TRUEMAN F. CAMPBELL
Love Never Faileth
NORA L. BROWN
Many years have passed since I first taught in a Christian Science...
From an Address at a meeting of the teachers of The Mother Church Sunday School, by William R. Rathvon, C.S.B.,
The Passing of Time
George Shaw Cook
with contributions from James H. Daugherty, Ruth Clark, Arthur K. Fisher, John W. Doorly, Alba Ewing Harp
For a period of about five years during my teens until...
Holton M. Kennedy
In the spring of 1932 it seemed to me that only suicide...
When I was a young woman I began to question the...
Kate Agnes Kincannon
It is with a heart filled with love and gratitude for our...
Too long has my gratitude in written form been withheld,...
Amy Belle Topping
It has been more than thirty-five years since Christian Science...
Bertha A. Detrick
MARION SUSAN CAMPBELL
Signs of the Times
with contributions from W. Mackintosh Mackay, Russell Henry Stafford, Willsie Martin, Edward Allen Morris, Leslie Weatherhead, Nicholas Murray Butler, Gary C. Myers, Douglas Adam