9"I and my Father are one." In proportion as we oppose the belief in material sense, in sickness, sin, and death, and recognize ourselves under the control of God,
12spiritual and immortal Mind, shall we go on to leave the animal for the spiritual, and learn the meaning of those words of Jesus, "Go ye into all the world . . . heal the
Can your Science cure intemperance?
Christian Science lays the axe at the root of the tree.
18Its antidote for all ills is God, the perfect Mind, which corrects mortal thought, whence cometh all evil. God can and does destroy the thought that leads to moral
21or physical death. Intemperance, impurity, sin of every sort, is destroyed by Truth. The appetite for alcohol yields to Science as directly and surely as do sickness
Does Mrs. Eddy take patients?
She now does not. Her time is wholly devoted to in-
27struction, leaving to her students the work of healing; which, at this hour, is in reality the least difficult of the labor that Christian Science demands.
1Why do you charge for teaching Christian Science, when all the good we can do must be done freely?
3When teaching imparts the ability to gain and main- tain health, to heal and elevate man in every line of life, — as this teaching certainly does, — is it un-
6reasonable to expect in return something to support one's self and a Cause? If so, our whole system of education, secular and religious, is at fault, and the
9instructors and philanthropists in our land should ex- pect no compensation. "If we have sown unto you spiritual things, is it a great thing if we shall reap your
12carnal things ?"
How happened you to establish a college to instruct in metaphysics, when other institutions find little interest in
15such a dry and abstract subject?