With the advent of the telegraph and telephone, the automobile, radio, airplane, and television, in fairly rapid succession, to name a few of the media of communication and transportation, the individual should no longer consider himself an inhabitant of one country only, but, rather, a citizen of the world.
Under the caption "Privilege of Members," Mary Baker Eddy writes in the Manual of The Mother Church.
God's law is ever operating Nothing can interfere with it.
On my first trip to a friend's cabin in the north woods I was greeted with a sign on which were these words: "I come here to find myself.
Christian Science Activities for the Armed Services, which include arrangements for regular Christian Science services, treatment, and other assistance for men and women in the Armed Forces, extend throughout the United States, Canada, and many overseas areas.
Speaker: Just what can parents do when a small child has a serious physical difficulty?
Many newcomers to Christian Science first learn of the healing power of our religion through receiving marked and sample copies of The Christian Science Monitor which circulation information committees of Churches of Christ, Scientist, and Christian Science Societies mail to selected prospects.
I was advanced in years when I took up the study of Christian Science, and although I had always been a Bible student, it was only through the reading of our weekly Lesson-Sermons from the Christian Science Quarterly that the true understanding of the Scriptures came to me.
For a long time my wife and I had searched for a satisfying religion.
I am grateful that my parents began studying Christian Science when I was an infant.
It is with great joy and gratitude that I review and ponder the many blessings Christian Science has brought to me and my family during the past fifty years.
Christian Science has brought so much good to me and mine that in counting my blessings, I do not know where to begin.
Our family came into Christian Science when I was quite young.
Having enjoyed the testimonies in the periodicals since I was a child, I should like to submit mine in gratitude for all the good that has come to me through the study and application of Christian Science.
My last testimony appeared in the Sentinel in 1935, at which time I expressed gratitude for the harmonious birth of a baby daughter.
Hegel, the noted German philosopher, was descended from a Protestant refugee family that fled Austria during the Counter Reformation and settled in Württemberg.
The Reverend James DeForest Murch in The Cincinnati Enquirer Cincinnati, Ohio