THE LECTURES

The lecture on Christian Science by Mr. Bicknell Young of Chicago, at the Opera House last Thursday evening [Jan. 24], was much enjoyed by those who were present. The lecturer was introduced by Col. Henry O. Kent, who said in part,—

As an outsider, I am interested with you in hearing of this movement whose progress has been the wonder of the times—Christian Science—or, as I suppose, the beliefs and methods of applied scientific Christianity. Its growth is asserted to be sure and its devotees are certainly among the most worthy of every community. To us of New Hampshire this movement has especial interest, in that its Discoverer and Founder is one of our own people, a kindly, helpful woman. Mrs. Eddy was born and reared among us. She has broadened in thought and scope as years have passed, doing only good to those about her in endeavors to alleviate mental and physical suffering, until she is regarded with veneration by millions. The rude and unkind criticism to which she has sometimes been subjected has but resulted in raising up friends among the communities which have known of her patient, helpful, and blameless life.—The Lancaster Gazette.

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