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FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION
Legal Rights of Christian Scientists Upheld
A learned judge, in ruling favorably on a case involving a Christian Scientist, said: "As an adherent of Christian Science she positively refused medical help; she worked for her daughter according to the rules of Christian Science. As can be seen in a sentence already cited, such work is not quackery, but it is classified as a religious act.
"It is essential to understand that adherents of Christian Science consider the origin of disease to be mental, caused by some conscious or unconscious fear. On the other hand, this fear is a direct result of the patient's disobedience to God's law. Therefore, in order to get his healing, man must again atone with God. This requires mental work, and this mental activity consists of silent communion with Truth, i.e., God, and of seeing man as His image and likeness. This is obtained by prayer.
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NEVER OUTSIDE OF GOD'S ONENESS
JESUS CALLED A LITTLE CHILD
Maud Alice Batchelor
THE POWER OF THE WORD
FLORENCE L. ANSTEY
"JEWELS OF LOVE"
WILLIAM E. MASTERSON
"WHAT IS THAT TO THEE?"
MAN'S HIGH DESTINY
MAUDE A. STEPHENSON
SARAH ELEANOR PAINE
Prudence Wood Coulter
THE DEMONSTRATION OF HAPPINESS
Richard J. Davis
MAN'S INHERENT PURITY
Helen Wood Bauman
Alice H. Coats
TO A NAVY CHAPLAIN
Through the study and application...
Ann McLin Paschen
The Comforter, Christian Science,...
Mary Nares Craig
After suffering for several years...
William W. Leon
For over thirty years of freedom...
George T. Newton
Christian Science came into our...
Ruth M. Mitchum
I wish to express my deepest gratitude...
Harriet M. Stark
I wish to express my gratitude...
Edith Billingham with contributions from Edmund Billingham
I have had some very beautiful...
Louise O. Barrett
I should like to express my sincere...
Maud H. Archer with contributions from Walter J. Archer.
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Rudolph S. Ressmeyer, Earl L. Holliday, Ernest Lloyd