From Letters, Substantially as Published
In his letter in Monday's Rand Daily Mail, "Efsee" wrote: "But man, in general, will never generate sufficient enthusiasm to attempt the arduous task of trying to follow the nebulous theorizing, disguised under a spate of incomprehensible formula, which theosophy, Christian Science, and kindred philosophies introduce to him.
A correspondent in a recent issue makes some comment on the report of a Christian Science lecture in your paper.
My attention has been called to a paragraph in a column entitled "Health and Beauty" which appeared in your paper recently, and which may give a wrong impression of Christian Science teachings to your readers.
In your account of a recent conference, a speaker is reported to have said that "they were greatly concerned today over the many attacks made on the Christian faith, particularly by Christian Scientists.
To the friendly contacts with editors and their staffs was added during the year that of the leading Greek newspaper of Alexandria in connection with the advertisement of our lecture.
In proclaiming the truth that God is infinite—All—Christian Science is making known to humanity the tremendously important fact that whatever is unlike good is without actual or real being.
When God said to Moses, "I AM THAT I AM," He revealed Himself as the one all-inclusive, ever-present divine Principle of that which actually is.
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, announces a free public lecture on Christian Science by Charles V.
I had known of Christian Science for many years, but did not depend on it for physical healing until a physician told me that only through Christian Science could I hope to overcome a nervous condition.
"Whatever holds human thought in line with unselfed love, receives directly the divine power".
I have been a student of Christian Science for many years, and am more grateful than I can say for the blessings it has brought into my life.
I am grateful that when in need, I was able to prove the truths of the teaching which I am receiving in the Christian Science Sunday School.
I have too long delayed adding my testimony of gratitude for all the great blessings which have come to me through the study of Christian Science during the past twenty years.
It is my desire to express thanks to God for my wonderful healing through Christian Science.
I have had many convincing proofs of God's protection and presence through the study and application of Christian Science, and with heartfelt gratitude I wish to give the following testimony.
My first healing in Christian Science, years before I took up its study, was of influenza.
Lord, I have entered in and closed the doorTo finite sense.
[From the Dayton Journal, Ohio]
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