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When I was going to college, it was my duty to introduce to the...
When I was going to college, it was my duty to introduce to the sixth form the professor of ecclesiastical history from the university. After he had given us a lecture, the students asked him leading questions as to where to find Spirit. He said he did not know. This set me wondering who did know about God if a professor who taught ministers of religion did not.
About that time my mother was introduced to Christian Science, and she sent me a copy of the textbook, Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy. When I left school I took the book with me up north and read it by campfire light on a cattle station.
I felt I did not understand Science and Health properly until one day when my food was accidentally contaminated with some poison intended for rodents. I had been going over in my thought the spiritual truths I had read earlier that day. When I found out what I had eaten, I was shocked but felt assured from what I had read that there was truly no power or intelligence to harm me in those pink crystals, for God, Spirit, is all-power. Proof of this truth was the fact that I suffered no ill effects. The teaching in Christian Science that matter has no true intelligence or power has been a great standby for me over the years.
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Man's destiny: bioengineered or divinely evolved?
Marilyn Kay Bland
William S. Warren
Robert L. McCollom
Can distance separate united hearts?
Robert R. MacKusick
Condition of progress
Marietta G. Lyon
"Plenty of employment"
Thomas H. Fuller, Jr.
What we see and what we get
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
The desire for holiness
William E. Moody
70X7 (See Matthew 18:21, 22)
Patricia P. Wilson
It would be very hard for me to imagine what course my life...
Gilbert F. Donatelli, Jr.
While I was growing up, I was a regular pupil in a Christian Science...
Patti Lane Stevens with contributions from Jeffrey S. Stevens
In 1940, after he had consulted two doctors, my husband...
Bernice S. Harris with contributions from Lester L. Harris
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