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EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS of Christian Science Committees on Publication
In the course of the year a new public health bill was introduced into Dail Eireann. This was indeed a very drastic measure, and gave the Minister of Health almost unlimited powers in dealing with diseases declared to be infectious or contagious. Anyone believed to be suffering from a contagious or infectious disease could be forcibly detained for medical examination and for taking of blood samples for the purposes of test. Anyone found so suffering could be forcibly detained in a place of detention or isolation and subjected by force, if necessary, to whatever treatment the public health authorities considered necessary.
The District Manager of Committees on Publication in London gave this Committee every possible help and advice in dealing with this matter. Legal advice from a parliamentary solicitor was sought and obtained, and a memorandum setting forth the views of Christian Scientists on the bill was prepared. This entailed a considerable amount of work.
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THE GREAT HEART OF INFINITE LOVE
LOUISE HURFORD BROWN
WHAT IS THE ONE THING NEEDFUL?
LESLIE BURN ANDREAE
WATCH AND PRAY
GLADYS L. HAIGIS
WHERE DO WE LOOK FOR SUBSTANCE?
EDNA A. LICHTENFELS
CHURCH EXAMINATIONS AND HOSPITALITY
CECIL JAMES LARSEN
GOOD IS NATURAL
BETTY JANE DRISCOLL
Benjamin Sturgis Pray
AFTER SUNDAY SCHOOL—WHAT?
John Randall Dunn
THE VALUE OF A SENSE OF VALUE
Paul Stark Seeley
Many years ago my great-grand-father...
Ruth Anne Windsor with contributions from Pearl Clark, Flora A. Kelley
When I first heard of Christian Science,...
Winifred Margaret Reinold
One morning, in the spring of...
Phyllis H. Larsen
"Train up a child in the way he...
Robert A. Shaw
I have received so much help...
Christian Science came into my...
I am unspeakably grateful to...
Louise S. Raines
Elizabeth M. Platte
Signs of the Times
with contributions from William T. McElroy, H. G. Davis, Wesley Littlewood, Wallace R. Bryenton