The Lectures

A large audience gathered at the Town Hall on Tuesday evening, January 6, to listen to a lecture on Christian Science by Judge William G. Ewing of Chicago, Ill. Mr. W. L. Walsh acted as chairman and introduced the speaker of the evening.—The Sun.

After Judge Ewing was through with his lecture, Mr. Walsh again spoke, and said he was very pleased to hear Christian Science so clearly explained, and he had no doubt that every one in the hall would go away with a very different idea of Christian Science from that he had come with. He said there was not one word or thought given in the lecture that either the medical fraternity or the clergy could take exception to. He was also pleased to find that Christian Scientists were so charitable towards all other sects and creeds and religious opinions; that it was not only an honor to him to have the pleasure of introducing Judge Ewing, but a privilege to listen to such a clear explanation of the doctrines of Christian Science. He did not know that he would ever become a member of their church, but he was very agreeably impressed with a sect whose motives, from what he had just learned, were so pure, and which if lived up to, would benefit humanity and the world in general.

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