The belief in time entertained by mortals is one of the basic errors of the human mind; within its limitations are included material birth, maturity, and decay with all the attendant illusions of mortality.
Because of Government regulations concerning the manufacture of paper, it has been found necessary to choose one cover stock for all four editions of The Herald of Christian Science, and an attractive gray has been selected.
Frank T. Norman, Committee on Publication for Dunbartonshire, Scotland,
In replying to a recent letter in your paper by "The Chief," wherein it is inferred that a combination of Spirit and matter is both desirable and necessary for human beings to reach perfection, it must be reiterated that the real man, God's likeness, is perfect now; he is not required to work up to perfection.
I have read with so much interest and innumerable times gained such encouragement from the testimonies in the Christian Science periodicals that I feel I should like to add my mite of thanksgiving to the wonderful record of the power of Truth over error.