The Lectures

An audience that filled the floor of the Smith Opera House and a large part of the balcony gathered yesterday afternoon [Feb. 11] to hear the lecture on Christian Science by Rev. Irving C. Tomlinson. The introduction of the speaker was made by W. A. Gracey, editor of the Times, who said in part,—

We are all seekers after truth. Some of us see the light from one point of view and others see it from another, but it matters little what the view-point so long as the object sought is the same. In the realm of spiritual truth no one of us can justly say to the other, "I am right, and you are wrong," but rather should we feel charitably the one toward the other, living the best life we know how by the light we have, and permitting and encouraging others to do the same, being ever mindful that at best we now see but darkly, yet encouraged by the heavenly promise that if faithful, we shall in due time see Him whom we worship, face to face.

Geneva Times.

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