The Rev. Arthur Reeves Vosburgh of Rochester, N. Y., delivered an address on "The Idealism of Jesus" to an audience of about one hundred assembled in Bethany church last Thursday evening [Aug. 12]. A correction was made in the October 9, 1909 Sentinel: "In the Sentinel of Sept. 25 a lecture is credited to Rutland, Vt. It should have been Randolph, Vt." He was introduced by Principal E. G. Ham, who said in part,—

I am glad to stand shoulder with any man who is honestly seeking to know the truth, though our views may be far apart. So only can we be fair to each other. Tonight Bethany church opens her doors to believers in Christian Science, not because she believes in it, but because she does believe in fair play. This church is taking a broad and progressive stand on many matters in this community and is honestly searching for the truth. She will not deny to others what she claims for herself. She asks that we be honest and open–minded in matters of religious faith, that we do all in our power to make the truth known.—Herald and News.

September 25, 1909

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