THE LECTURES

Rev. Arthur R. Vosburgh lectured at The Hague Nov. 17. He was introduced by attorney Æ Baron Mackay, who said,—

Dear friends, in the name of the committee which organized this meeting, and at its request, I am glad to welcome you all, and to introduce to you the speaker of to-night. Though not a Christian Scientist myself, I do this with pleasure, because I am aware that I may render my fellowmen a service by so doing. Repeatedly when observing Christian Scientists—and I have had many an opportunity during the past two years—I had to think of that which is told to us in the Acts about the people of Berea, "who searched the Scriptures daily, whether those things were so," as Paul and Silas said. I believe I do no injustice to many in our believing Christian circles when I presume that they do not search the Scriptures with the same holy, earnest, and quiet fidelity as the Christian Scientists do.

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