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That faith which would banish from human experience all thought of sin, sickness, death, and affliction, and raise the great family of men from the slough of a gross materialism to the actual heaven of happiness and content—such a faith is certainly calculated to appeal to the finer sensibilities of man; and such a faith it was that found an eloquent exponent in the person of Bicknell Young, as he presented its beauties at the Broadway Theatre last Sunday afternoon [September 24]. The gathering was only fair sized, but every auditor who heard the tenets of the Christian Scientist's faith so ably and logically set forth, learned much to add comfort and cheer to his doubting heart.

—The Enterprise.

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