THE LECTURES

The lecture on Christian Science by Hon. Clarence A. Buskirk at the Croswell, Thursday night [Oct. 18], was well attended by a good-sized audience. The speaker was introduced by Clarke E. Baldwin, one of the leading young attorneys of this city, who said in part,—

While it is true that this Church is comparatively new, its doctrines, to my mind, are founded upon the oldest teachings of Christianity. It is simply the working out of those and putting them into practical use, not alone in a religious sense but in every-day life. It is Science, as I understand, that cannot be practised in churches and on Sundays alone, and simply when you have on your Sunday clothes; but it is a practical Science, which can be used at all times, in all places, and for all peoples, not special occasions, chosen people, nor selected communities.

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