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LETTERS TO THE PRESS
from Christian Science Committees on Publication
Sussex, England Hastings and St. Leonard's Observer Hastings
In the report of a lecture entitled "The Occult Powers of the Mind," which appeared in a recent issue of your paper, the lecturer, in dealing with the question of mental healing, is stated to have included Christian Science in the same category as psychotherapy and mental suggestion. May I be allowed to point out, for the benefit of your readers, that this statement is entirely erroneous and conveys a completely misleading impression of the teaching and practice of Christian Science.
The religion of Christian Science is founded on the inspired Word of the Bible, as taught and demonstrated by Christ Jesus. It is the Science of Christianity, revealing God, divine Mind, as the healer of all sin, disease, and discord. The healing of sin and sickness in Christian Science is the result of a spiritually scientific understanding of the law of God, divine Love, "who healeth all thy diseases."
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ONE'S OWN DOORSTEP
ELLA H. HAY
CHILD OF GOD
Grace B. Millings
RUTH GAZZAM HAIGHT
THE JOY OF SERVICE
JEANNE ROE PRICE
BUSINESS BUILDING WITH CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
ROBERT JOHN ROBERTS
"A STAFF UPON WHICH TO LEAN"
MILDRED JASMINE JORDAN
THE FOG HAS LIFTED
KATHERINE TRIPP JENSEN
BY JACOB'S WELL
Pearl Strachan Hurd
THE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY OF THE SENTINEL
John Randall Dunn
UNDER GOD'S GOVERNMENT
Robert Ellis Key
"THOU WILT LIGHT MY CANDLE"
Dorothy M. Kiddoo
How very grateful I am to God,...
Christian Science came to me in...
Edna Beardsley Rogers
I am grateful to God for Christian Science...
One afternoon a few years ago...
Donald I. MacDonald
"He that handleth a matter...
Helen Zabel with contributions from George Zabel
With a sincere desire to bring...
Reginald John Munoz
"The Lord hath appeared of old...
Mary A. Jamison
It is time I brought some tithes. . .
Richard Claude Haw
Signs of the Times
with contributions from William Wood, H. Hard Hyslop, Thomas R. Humphrey, Victor Fiddes, Charles A. Wells, Ray Charles Jarman, Archdeacon E. A. North Ash