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New Members of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship
Inman H. Douglass, C.S.B., of Dallas, Texas, attended public schools in Kaufman and Terrell, and later studied at Southern Methodist University, at Dallas. He Served for several years in an executive capacity in the Internal Revenue Service of the United States Government.
Mr. Douglass became interested in Christian Science at an early age through his mother's healing, and shortly afterward he was healed of an organic heart condition which had been pronounced incurable. He became a member of The Mother Church in June, 1927, and received Primary class instruction in 1932. He entered the public practice of Christian Science in Dallas in 1942. As a member of a branch church there, he served as First Reader and in other capacities.
Mr. Douglass was Committee on Publication for Texas from 1950 to 1955, when he was named Manager of the Washington, D.C., Office of Christian Science Committee on Publication for The Mother Church.
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"RELEASED FROM MATERIALISM"
ROBERT DOLLING WELLS
CONFORMITY TO RIGHT STANDARDS
LAURA ULRICH MC CRAY
LISTENING TO GOD
JACK A. KRIEGER
FINDING THE DIVINE CONCEPT
HILDA M. JORDAN
THE KINGDOM WITHIN BRINGS SECURITY AND HAPPINESS
FLORENCE ADAMS MC GILL
OBEYING THE LAW OF LOVE
THOMAS O. POYSER
Sarah Milligan Rand
A CALL TO ARMS
"THERE IS NO POWER APART FROM GOD"
John J. Selover
RADIO PROGRAM No. 302 - A New Purpose Gained—A Home Strengthened
with contributions from Polly Roberts
For some years I had the privilege...
Frederick W. Krug
When one of my grandsons was...
Willie M. Putnam with contributions from William J. Lucas
In 1950, I was attended by five...
Lisette M. Bourne
In 1924 I became interested in...
Mary G. Stivers
At long last may I express in...
Betty I. Schaefer
I am profoundly grateful for...
Walter W. Roth, Jr.
"The heavens declare the glory...
Laura Marion Haibach
I first heard of Christian Science...
Grace E. Stone
Signs of the Times
with contributions from George S. Caroland, L. Harrison Ludwig