The Lectures

The large number of newspaper reports received at this office indicate that much more attention is being paid to the work of the Board of Lectureship, and that a greater number of lectures have been delivered during the present lecture year than ever before, but the article which we publish in this issue of the Sentinel, upon the request of the Board, shows that still greater care and forethought are required if the best results are to be obtained.

The number of persons who wish to know something about Christian Science, providing they can obtain authoritative information without much outlay of time or labor, is constantly on the increase, and to this class the lectures appeal with great force. That the lectures have removed much prejudice and misconception from popular thought is so apparent that there can be no question of their utility, and in no other department of our denominational work is there greater and more immediate return for the effort expended, unless it be in the healing of the sick.

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