THE LECTURES

We are again prompted to enter a plea for a larger and more liberal thought regarding the lectures, and to urge that the most ample provision be made for the accommodation of the vast and ever-increasing number who wish to hear these authoritative expositions of Christian Science. Those who have to do with the arranging of these lectures in the branch churches can confidently count upon a widespread desire for information on this subject, and if they provide sufficient accommodations for large audiences and give proper and dignified publicity to the occasion, they will not be disappointed in the attendance. If, however, Christian Scientists themselves regard these lectures as small and limited affairs, they will reap only as they have sown.

The desire for authentic information regarding Christian Science is well illustreated by the large audience which assembled last Tuesday evening in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston,—an audience which completely filled the vast auditorium and exceeded in number by almost one hundred per cent any previous assemblage in Boston for the same purpose.

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Editorial
PERFECTION ATTAINABLE
October 20, 1906
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