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Excerpts from Letters Concerning Christian Science Wartime Activities
[From a Paratrooper]
I have been with the parachute troops for five months. During my pre-jumping training I received a fractured ankle and was taken to the hospital, where my leg was placed in a cast. Knowing that I had to submit to such army regulations, I didn't rebel against them but rather did I work to realize the unbroken and uninterrupted nature of the man of God's creating. I had the help of a Christian Science Wartime Minister, and in a little more than three weeks was walking very well. After a thirty-day convalescing furlough, I was able to go right ahead with training and make five airplane parachute jumps, which qualified me as a parachutist.
GORDON V. COMER
Ambition Rightly Viewed
LINA ROOS SCHRADER
"Arise up quickly"
STOKES ANTHONY BENNETT
"Though thou hast not known me"
ELIZABETH TUCKER DRESSER
Our Distribution Work
OLIVE E. RODGERS
"What is truth?"
FRANCES DE WITT JOHN
The Woman God-Crowned
John Randall Dunn
"The altitude of mind"
Paul Stark Seeley
My attention has been called to...
Robert E. Key with contributions from Henry Irving Rasmus
It is a great joy for me to express...
Arline M. Seidel
My heart is so full of gratitude...
I am extremely happy to add...
Jane Josephine Gunn
Christian Science has no kinship...
Some years ago, my testimony...
Elizabeth D. Breneiser with contributions from Stanley G. Breneise
I am profoundly grateful for the...
Mark Van Nink
Christian Science came to me...
Mabel E. Hutto
Signs of the Times
with contributions from M. E. Willcockson, Charles A. Wells, Samuel M. Shoemaker, Bishop Paul P. Kern, Floyd N. Darling