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LETTERS TO THE PRESS
From Christian Science Committees on Publication
One of the assumptions frequently made in regard to Christian Scientists is that they are forbidden to seek medical attention. Those who are not well acquainted with Christian Science sometimes find it difficult to imagine that anyone would voluntarily choose prayer and spiritual means for healing. They suppose that some form of denominational coercion must be involved. Yet Christian Scientists have been freely making their own choices, based on their experiences of God's healing power, for over a century. This standard of individual self government and Christian compassion is discussed in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy pp. 443-444.
In Cortland Standard Cortland New York
A letter to the editor in the Cortland Standard, entitled "Religious Belief: Can It Endanger Our Welfare?," December 24, misleadingly associates Christian Science with several forms of religious fanaticism. It does so by giving the impression that the Christian Science Church dictates to its members in regard to their choice of treatment for illness.
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The one way is to do
MARIE ANTOINETTE COWING
An interview: with an optical physicist
with contributions from John Geake
Divine comfort is at hand
Counteracting subliminal and conscious suggestion
DEANNA J. ELSOM
The sergeant and the captain
DAVID M. WILSON
Insist on relevant inspiration
VIDA MC DERMOTT
GEOFFREY J. BARRATT
What Miriam can teach us
NATHAN A. TALBOT
One morning I suddenly felt ill
OMAR ERRECARTT with contributions from IRENE FALCO DE ERRECARTT
Mrs. Eddy tells us (Science and Health, p. 421), "When the supposed...
GRACE MARGUERITE TERNANDT
I have been attending Christian Science Sunday School for...
CATHLEEN PROWSE with contributions from DIANE H. PROWSE
Eight years ago a sore developed on my face. Gradually it worsened...
HEATHER O. M. BIRNBAUM with contributions from HEINZ R. BIRNBAUM
During high school I felt many pressures from family and...
JANET WILLOUGHBY HILTON
LETTERS TO THE PRESS
with contributions from ARTHUR R. DAVIES, ROBERT A. JOHNSON