THE LECTURES

William D. McCrackan, M.A., lectured at the McFerrenn Opera House Jan. 21. He was introduced by Albert B. Cooper, who said in part,—

You have been invited this evening to listen to a lecture on a subject which I presume is occupying the thoughts of more people than any other question before the public at the present time: namely, Christian Science. Why? Because it is unfolding the truth of God to humanity in this age in a way the world has not known since the advent of Jesus Christ. Christian Science makes no claim to the creation of truth, for truth always has existed and always will exist; but it is the practical application and realization of the truth, of God and His idea, which enables us to demonstrate the truth.—Hoopeston Herald.

March 26, 1910
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