The Lectures

In refreshing contrast with the spirit of sectarian bitterness and clerical spite which has been lately exhibited toward Christian Science in one section of the country, is the fraternal feeling and kindly fellowship shown in another. It is noteworthy too, that these extremes are to be found in the same denomination, though the churches are a thousand miles apart.

In the little town of Florence, Colorado, the second lecture within a year by a member of the Board of Lectureship, was given under the auspices of the organized First Church of Christ, Scientist, which lecture has peculiar significance, inasmuch as it was delivered from the pulpit of a flourishing Methodist Church. The largest public hall in the town, called by courtesy the Opera House, was objectionable for several reasons, so it was decided by the committee having the matter in charge, to make application for the new Methodist Church for the evening of the lecture.

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