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Signs of the times
The Reverend Carleton M. Fisher, D.D. in The Universalist Leader Boston, Massachusetts
Albert Schweitzer made the comment, "Because, while I was busied with the history of earlier Christianity, I had so often to deal with the results of its sin against truth in history, I have become a keen worker for honesty in our Christianity of today."
As religious liberals, that, I believe, has always been our major concern: that in the name of Christ, so much of the essential meaning of Jesus should have been lost to men! Dr. Schweitzer, with his concept of "reverence for life,'" believes that the essential core of Christianity is to be found in that insight of Jesus:—that only through love can man come to God—can man approach the real meaning of life. All living knowledge of God rests upon this foundation, says Schweitzer— that we experience God in our lives as the will-to-love....
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TRUE SACRIFICE—THE WAY TO HEAVEN
FREDA SPERLING BENSON
"THE NUMERATION-TABLE OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE"
APPRECIATING OUR TRUE SELFHOOD
MARGARET CASE PAULUS
GOD'S GIFT OF JOY
HELEN V. WHITE
DEMONSTRATING OUR SPIRITUAL IDENTITY
DAILY SUFFICIENCY OF GOD'S IDEAS
SYBILLA M. BRUNING
"PUT ON THE NEW MAN"
HARRIETTE MELDRIM LAKE
"ALL IS INFINITE MIND"
WILFRED S. THORPE
REATHA I. FOUCH
OBSTRUCTIVE BELIEFS YIELD TO TRUTH
Helen Wood Bauman
About forty years ago I had only...
Arthur G. Farthing
One evening as my husband and...
I cannot begin to relate all the...
My previous testimony appeared...
Samuel L. Shannon
Several years ago, while I was...
Esther L. R. Gibson
My gratitude for Christian Science...
Gladys M. Leeney
Shortly after beginning the...
Before knowing of Christian Science...
Signs of the times
with contributions from Carleton M. Fisher, W. H. Bourne