24healing and salvation. He said, "And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold."
The teachings and demonstration of Jesus were for
27all peoples and for all time; not for a privileged class or a restricted period, but for as many as should believe in him.
30Are the discoverers of quinine, cocaine, etc., espe- cially the children of our Lord because of their medical discoveries?
1We have no record showing that our Master ever used, or recommended others to use, drugs; but we have his
3words, and the prophet's, as follows: "Take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink?" "And Asa . . . sought not to the Lord, but to the phy-
6sicians. And Asa slept with his fathers."
VERITAS ODIUM PARIT
The combined efforts of the materialistic portion of
9the pulpit and press in 1885, to retard by misrepresen- tation the stately goings of Christian Science, are giving it new impetus and energy; calling forth the vox populi
12and directing more critical observation to its uplifting influence upon the health, morals, and spirituality of mankind.
15Their movements indicate fear and weakness, a physi- cal and spiritual need that Christian Science should re- move with glorious results. The conclusion cannot now
18be pushed, that women have no rights that man is bound to respect. This is woman's hour, in all the good tend- encies, charities, and reforms of to-day. It is difficult
21to say which may be most mischievous to the human heart, the praise or the dispraise of men.
I have loved the Church and followed it, thinking that
24it was following Christ; but, if the pulpit allows the people to go no further in the direction of Christlikeness, and rejects apostolic Christianity, seeking to stereotype infinite
27Truth, it is a thing to be thankful for that one can walk alone the straight and narrow way; that, in the words of Wendell Phillips, "one with God is a majority."
1It is the pulpit and press, clerical robes and the pro- hibiting of free speech, that cradles and covers the sins of