THE LECTURES

A splendid audience greeted Miss Mary Brookins at the Opera House Sunday afternoon, March 1, to listen to a lecture on Christian Science. Miss Brookins was introduced by Attorney B. B. Brett of Stephen, who said in part,—

We know that our great Master knew the whole truth; he knew what God is, and what man is; he knew the relationship to be that of Father and Son. He uttered truth, and proved what he taught by his wonderful works,—he healed the sick, he made the blind to see, the lame to walk; he raised the dead; he reformed the sinner. Because of the materiality of the age in which he lived, and because of the hatred for the truth that the people of his time entertained, the great Teacher was unable to tell them all he knew; but he prophesied of a later time, when the "Spirit of truth" should be revealed; "the Comforter, . . . whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you." A little investigation of the fundamentals of Christian Science reveals that their primary object is to know the truth and its relation to God and man.—Correspondence.

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