Christian Science sentinel

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Title

Christian Science sentinel

Subject

Christianity, Healing

Description

A collection of writings about Christian science beliefs. How Scripture is used and is seen as truth for many peoples and the accounts of this teaching in their individual lives. Includes journals and news from places all over the United States like Florida and Illinois. This shows a well-rounded journal of Christian science being practiced all around the country. Keeps readers informed and able to send in their own stories and information about the Christian science community.

Creator

William P. McKenzie, Editor
Annie M. Knott, Associate Editor
William D. McCrackan, Associate Editor
Mary Baker Eddy, Author

Source

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=mdp.39015084595894&view=1up&seq=21

Publisher

The Christian Science Publisher Society

Date

September 8, 1917

Contributor

Clarence W. Chadwick
Katharine Merrill
Paul Draude
Grace N. I. Cummings
J. Allen Barris
Anna J. Huson Smith
News-dispatch from the Christian Science Monitor
Editorial in the Akron Beacon Journal
Judge Clifford P. Smith
S. T. Downs

Rights

Public Domain

Relation

The Christian Science Textbook by Mary Eddy. Gives insight into the original thought and teaching of Christian Science that the sentinel is stemmed from. Refers to the belief that Scripture is the truth and science to follow and all else is not real truth is ambiguous.

Format

Newspaper, Volume 20, number 2

Language

en

Type

Accounts, research, editorials, news stories, lectures, references to other Christian science literature, testimonies

Identifier

http://hdl.handel.net/2027/mdp.39015084595894

Coverage

Boston, Massachusetts

Files

Collection

Citation

William P. McKenzie, Editor et al., “Christian Science sentinel,” Religion and Science: Creating Health in 19th Century U.S., accessed December 3, 2021, https://adhc.lib.ua.edu/rel120/items/show/19.