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LETTERS TO THE PRESS from Christian Science Committees on Publication
OklahomaCity Times, Oklahoma City
In a recent issue of your newspaper it is reported that an attorney, in handling a case before the Oklahoma County District Court, "cited instances from the lives of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Baker Eddy" as among "several historical characters who are reported to have suffered from paranoia or a persecution complex." While the attorney surely had no intention of casting aspersion upon either of these great Americans, and the assertion may have been uttered in the eagerness to make a point, nevertheless your readers should be correctly informed. I therefore request that you publish this letter.
DORIS M. SMITH
REJOICING IN THE WILDERNESS
ALEC B. MURRAY
CHANGE OF HEART
Peter J. Henniker Heaton
THE TRUE IMPORT OF CHURCH
ARE YOU APPROACHABLE?
CATHERINE ANNETTE HUBBELL
TEMPERAMENT AND INDIVIDUALITY
WORSHIPING OTHER GODS
WELLMAN E. GERKE
REALLY MEAN IT
WHAT OF OUR METAPHYSICAL WORK FOR CHURCH?
John Randall Dunn
"THINE HEALTH SHALL SPRING FORTH SPEEDILY"
L. Ivimy Gwalter
Through the understanding of...
Christian Science is a thoroughly...
John Fredrick Zorn, Jr.
It is with a grateful heart that...
My heart is full of gratitude to...
William Harold Yates
Many have been the proofs of...
Elizabeth Kathleen Briscoe
Because I have derived so much...
Marjorie Smith Willcox
Helena A. Cramer
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Norman Vincent Peale, H. H. Edwards