THE LECTURES

One of the most comprehensive lectures on Christian Science ever heard in Denver was that given on Friday evening and again on Saturday evening [April 23, 24] by Prof. Hermann S. Hering, at First Church of Christ, Scientist. The speaker was introduced by Judge R. A. Hicks, who spoke as follows:—

In the first place, friends, it must be understood that I am not a Christian Scientist. When I first heard the subject discussed, I, like most people without proper understanding, scoffed at and ridiculed it. I have since seen many of the splendid results of its teachings. I have since numbered many Scientists among my most valued and devoted friends. I have since attended a number of their devotional services, and have been profoundly impressed with the simplicity and harmony there prevailing. I have now learned to respect and admire rather than scoff and ridicule. I am proud to say that I have been especially blessed in that I live in a home which is guided by the ennobling influence of this faith, and where love and cheerfulness and harmony and hope prevail. For me to have been thus favored, without having at least some appreciation of the results and benefits and advantages of the faith, is impossible. If nothing more were accomplished than the living of the beautiful life it teaches, Christian Science is worthy of our most profound respect and thoughtful consideration.

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