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Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication
The Lutheran, published in Philadelphia, December 1, 1937, contains an article entitled "Among the Sick," the first paragraph of which reads as follows: "Much has been written of the relation of one's religious beliefs to one's mental and physical health. From those pastors and laymen rich in Christian experience come frequent instances in which the Gospel's comfort for the distressed and challenge to the disheartened have worked profound physical and mental improvements." The publication of such articles plainly points to the ultimate acceptance of Truth as an effective healing agency and remedy for the ills of the people.
A young people's class of Germantown Friends expressed a desire for someone to address them on the subject of Christian Science. A member of Second Church of Christ, Scientist, Germantown, was invited to address the meeting, and prepared a paper for the purpose, which was approved by The Christian Science Board of Directors. The address was well received, and the speaker reports the following incidents which occurred at the meeting: "The main interest that was stirred up seemed to be in connection with the textbook. At the close of the hour two or three members of the class came forward to have a look at the book, and two of the boys in talking with me afterward walked out with me to the corner of the street, asking various questions about our church next door and seemed to be impressed with the dignity and growth of our movement."
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Principle, not Person
W. STUART BOOTH
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E. OLIVE DAVIS
The Office of Reader
Joy and Spiritual Riches
ANNA STANTON LAY
The Open Door
LINDEN E. JONES
"Showers of blessings"
MINNY M. H. AYERS
May I take the liberty of correcting a mistaken impression...
Jerome B. Burbank, former Committee on Publication for the State of New Jersey,
In a recent issue, under the heading, "What Do You Think?"...
Newton T. Burdick, Committee on Publication for British Columbia, Canada,
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Lt.-Col. Robert E. Key,
He Went Up into a Mountain
ROSA M. TURNER
William R. Rathvon, C. S. B.
The Christian Science Board of Directors
"Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord?"
George Shaw Cook
with contributions from Jan N. Reddingius, Marie A. Guthrie, Fritz Wälti , Ronald B. Levens
I wish to express gratitude for the many wonderful...
Hilda Mary Munro
Too much space would be required for me to relate all...
Inez A. Beals
I was healed in Christian Science, many years ago, of...
Floy S. Gignilliat
In March, 1926, I fell and broke my hip. Since I was...
It is with a deep sense of humility and gratitude that I...
R. H. Merton Willson
Christian Science is a religion which leads us to God by...
Helen Dyer Beaver
Although I did not turn to Christian Science for a physical...
John Miller Maclachlan with contributions from Ethel M. Maclachlan
Through seeing my mother healed in three days of dropsy...
M. Janette Dickson
"Now is the accepted time"
ELIZABETH TUCKER HARRINGTON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Moses Fischer, A. W. Webster, Peter Hamilton, Alfred Grant Walton