THE LECTURES

Mr. Bicknell Young lectured on Christian Science in the Midland Hall, Manchester, England, April 9. He was introduced by Rev. Bertram Hawker, a clergyman of the Church of England, who said in part,—

Ladies and gentlemen, I have this evening the honor of presenting to you one who has come to speak upon a subject which is daily attracting more attention and commanding a wider field of interest. I have the more pleasure in doing so as Mr. Bicknell Young is an accredited exponent sent to England by the Christian Science Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, Boston, Mass., to give to the increasing number of inquirers an authorized account of the tenets and character of Christian Science. It seems inevitable that when an unfamiliar idea is uncovered to the world two things invariably happen—it provokes opposition, and it is misrepresented. It is opposed by those who habitually regard the glimmerings of truth received through other channels as "the truth," and it suffers misrepresentation at the hands of those who have not understood it, and unwillingly sometimes by those who would be its advocates.

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