THE LECTURES

Bicknell Young lectured on Christian Science at the Queen's Rooms, Feb. 13. The remarks by the chairman, A. H. Pettigrew, Esq., in introducing the lecturer, were in part as follows,—

These lectures on Christian Science are given for the purpose of endeavoring to leaven the thought of the community with a more accurate knowledge of Christian Science, and to offer testimony to facts regarding the life and work of its Discoverer and Founder, the Rev. Mary Baker Eddy. Now I wish to say that, so far as I myself am concerned, I am not a Christian Scientist. I am here, however, to listen, to learn, and I hope to profit. I am sure that if every man and woman here tonight has come with the same open mind, with the same receptive heart, I know sufficient about Christian Science to prophesy that they will go away much benefited.

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