THE LECTURES

Bicknell Young lectured on the subject of Christian Science Nov. 9, at Washington Palace, 14 rue Magellan. He was introduced by Captain Génisset in French, the substance of his remarks being as follows:—

I am greatly honored in having the privilege of introducing to you our lecturer and friend, and it gives me much pleasure to do so. I wish to tell you first, since the opportunity is afforded me, how grateful I am to God for leading us here tonight to listen to the religious teachings of Christian Science; for Christian Science is both a religion and a science. It is a religion because it is the practical application of Jesus' teaching, and can be applied at all times and under all circumstances. It is a science because it is demonstrable knowledge. It teaches us the means of obtaining both physical and mental healing, and operates for the regeneration and the salvation of the human race. During the few months that I have had the opportunity of attending the meetings held here every Wednesday evening, I have heard numerous testimonies of gratitude for remarkable cases of healing. I can myself testify to the healing of my dear wife, and wish also to say that I have been much benefited by Christian Science, physically, morally, and spiritually. We owe this, first to the daily reading of the translation from English of a few pamphlets which we read together with great earnestness, and then to the faithful study of the text-book written by Mrs. Eddy, which we strive to understand and which I at present study with the help of the dictionary.

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