Bicknell Young lectured on Friday last week [Feb. 10] to a crowded audience at the Castle Rooms, Richmond, on Christian Science.

Captain Baynes presided, and in introducing the lecturer referred to the late Mrs. Eddy, the Founder of Christian Science, who by the publication of her text-book, Science and Health, had helped many thousands of people in different parts of the world to understand its meaning. He thought they must agree with him that the world was far from what it might be if they could eliminate those causes which bound man to suffering and sin, and it was wise to discuss the way wherein mankind might be relieved from that suffering. Proof was not wanting that Christian Science had come to the rescue, and that its claims were supported by practical demonstration. If he had found much that was difficult in Mrs. Eddy's book, he felt that this was due to what was wrong in his own mind and not the fault of the book. He asked for Mr. Young a sympathetic hearing.—Surrey Comet.

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Testimony of Healing
It is with sincere gratitude for the many benefits which...
March 25, 1911

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