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FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION
Protect Our Religious Freedom
Today suppositional error, alias medical and material mindedness, is trying to suggest and insist that man is the servant of the state rather than the child of God. Through the guise of material health schemes, so-called security panaceas, and the all-too-frequent proposals that men submit to physical examinations and inoculations because these are only little things which they should put up with for the common good; through all of these things mortal mind would try to steal away little by little our rights to the free practice of our religion. We need to clearly detect these medical and material subtleties and oppose them vigorously. Christian Scientists are winning each year an increasing number of victories as they courageously insist upon seeking exemption from all medical requirements.
THE IMPORT OF THE "DAILY PRAYER"
GERTRUDE MORRIS VERRALL
NO UNYIELDING PROBLEMS
ROBERT DOLLING WELLS
DOMINION THROUGH HUMILITY
MARGARET MC CAULEY TURK
I KNOW ENOUGH
NEWELL L. CLARK
TO THE PRACTITIONER
Jeanne Roe Price
INDIVIDUAL AND CHURCH PROGRESS
PHILIP S. METCALF
"THE SWEET SENSE OF JOURNEYING ON TOGETHER"
EVELYN M. PINNELL
TRUTH REALLY WORKS
LOIS ALLEN BECK
LIFE AND POWER
Helen Wood Bauman
THE PERFECT MODEL AND THE PERFECT WAY
Robert Ellis Key
LETTERS TO THE PRESS FROM CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION
with contributions from Charles M. Carr
Edgar Isaac Newgass
"Seek ye first the kingdom of...
Alexander M. Pettigrew with contributions from Edith Pettigrew
It is with a grateful heart that I...
Mary Ann Jackson
It has long been my sincere desire...
Pauline E. Schultze
Mary Baker Eddy writes in the...
As a student of Christian Science...
Allen Coman Wood
"Bless the Lord, O my soul, and...
Virginia Ruiz Seiden
I caught my first glimpse of...
Thelma Hill Ward
For many years I wore a special...
Mildred E. Aulls with contributions from Albert D. Aulls
Signs of the Times
with contributions from B. J. Morris, J. Horace Germany, George E. Keith, H. F. Rall