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The lecture on Christian Science by Edward A. Kimball, at the Academy of Music, suggests a retrospective view of a denomination which is unique in the annals of contemporaneous religious history, declaring, as it does, that the theology and healing of Christianity are inseparable.
Mr. Kimball is an official lecturer of the denomination, and comes here under the auspices of the local Church of Christ, Scientist, which holds services at Parson's Business College. His purpose is not to proselyte, but rather to convey to his hearers some conception of what Christian Science is, what it is not, and what it has accomplished.
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with contributions from William McKinley
How Can You Find a Realm?
Eugene F. Voorhies
Enteric and its Cure
From What Cheer, Iowa.
with contributions from J. R. Lowell
with contributions from Lydia E. Brown, A. Oswald, J. P. C., F. J. Knight, S. M. Norton, Rev. Mr. Bulkeley, Mary Gibson, Aaron Clark, E. W. Budd, Van Ness
Answer to Rev. Mr. Packard's Third Sermon
Charles M. Howe
BY G. W. DUFFUS.
BY PAUL R. MAYBURY.
In Common Justice
S. Edith Moses
Another Lawyer Heard From
BY WM. HOLMAN JENNINGS.