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LETTERS TO THE PRESS FROM CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION
Bude and Stratton Post
Lanceston, Cornwall, EnglandBude and Stratton Post
In a letter which appeared in [a recent] issue, the following passage was included: "Therefore faith healing, like spiritualism, mind cures, hypnotism, Christian Science, occultism and other 'isms' are not the works of the Holy Spirit, but are works of Satan." May I point out that Christian Science is founded on the teachings of Christ Jesus. Its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, in her autobiography, "Retrospection and Introspection" (p. 28), says: "I believe in no ism. This is my endeavor, to be a Christian, to assimilate the character and practice of the anointed."
THE NEW BIRTH, HEALING'S PRELUDE
ROBERT DOLLING WELLS
NO UNWANTED MAN
JULIA M. TROUTMAN
MAINTAINING OUR POISE AND PEACE
WILLIAM C. KLINE
"KNOW THAT YOU KNOW"
ETHEL M. HARTMAN
Maxine Le Pelley
NO IMPOSITION OF AGE
RALPH C. HOLMES
THE INNOCENT ARE SAFE
VIOLA C. ROWE
Edith H. Carnes
THE CROSS AND THE CROWN
Richard J. Davis
Helen Wood Bauman
Christian Science has brought me...
Charles W. Bell with contributions from Clara M. Wilhelm
My gratitude for Christian Science...
Margaret H. Walton
When I received a healing...
Annie S. Lindsay
My family became students of...
Maxine Claryce Schrepel
In gratitude to God I should like...
In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy...
Edith I. Dittmar
For the many benefits received...
Joseph E. Lamy
During the past several years I...
Jane Pierce Mefferd
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Rollin H. Walker, N. H. Fisher, George Matthew Adams