THE LECTURES

On Jan. 4 Hon. Clarence A. Buskirk delivered a lecture in First Church of Christ, Scientist. The attendance was unusually large: There were perhaps two hundred and fifty standing, in addition to the twenty-one hundred seated, and to an extent unusual the audience was composed of non-Scientists, probably eighty per cent. The introduction by Hayne Davis was in part as follows:—

Since men began to communicate thought to each other, the supreme question has been, What is Truth? Nineteen centuries ago the perfect embodiment of Truth, in the person of Jesus the Christ, appeared before the judgmentseat of the Roman empire to answer charges preferred by those who esteemed themselves as the chief personalities of their time. During the examination by Pilate, the prisoner said,—

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