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Item of Interest
Are the lectures on Christian Science being attended by a good percentage of people who have not heard many such lectures? Are the members of each branch church, under whose auspices a lecture is given, inviting their neighbors and friends to attend and sometimes helping them to do so? Is the public generally, including the strangers in the community, being informed of the time and place of the lecture and invited to attend it? It so, this is as it should be.
A Christian Science lecture is designed primarily for giving information concerning this religion. Its purpose is to inform those who desire to know what Christian Science is and how its teachings can be utilized in human affairs. In order that its purpose may be fulfilled, therefore, the audience should include individuals who are not already students of this Science of Mind-healing, those seekers for Truth who know little or nothing of its healing and saving power but who are desirous of learning something about it. The audiences should consist of a goodly number of inquirers in the community, as well as of Christian Scientists.
The Vision of St. John and the Present War Crisis
PERRY H. RADCLIFFE
On Upward Wing
EDNA J. PHILLIPS
Stronger than Armies
BEULAH MAY BOOTH
"If a man keep my saying"
SARAH MAY KITSON
Freedom from Restriction
JOHN WINDSOR MUSSON
Introduction to Christian Science through the Reading Room
FLORA A. WATERBURY
PERRIN VAUGHN BURDICK
The Genuine Attributes of Man
Peter V. Ross
Evelyn F. Heywood
Introductions to Lectures
with contributions from Chrissie S. Dixon
An article in your recent edition...
William H. Owen, Committee on Publication for Wisconsin (translation)
In presenting a protest against...
Robert James Coogan, former Committee on Publication for Queensland
In a letter which appeared in a...
Gordon William Flower, Committee on Publication for Gloucestershire, England
As reported in a recent issue of...
John M. Dean, Committee on Publication for Tennessee
During infancy I was ill continually,...
Alice Fowler Wattles
It has been my honor to serve...
In unspeakable joyousness and...
Elise Fischer Morton
After attending nearly every...
Anne Caroline Siemers
We read in the Bible, "A little...
I am indeed grateful that from...
Maisie F. Bristown
Like many others who have felt...
At one time when I was employed...
EDITH SHAW BROWN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Collins, Vera Micheles Dean, Lester F. King, Frederic W. Golden-Howes, J. Q. Schisler