A lecture on Christian Science was delivered by William D. McCrackan, M.A., at the Neustädter Casino, König str. 15, Dresden, Jan. 8, under the auspices of the Christian Science Society, Dresden. There was a large, attentive, and earnest audience, whose sympathetic attitude toward the distinguished lecturer revealed the interest in the subject of Christian Science. Moritz Weber from Roseburg in western America introduced the lecturer as follows:—

Although our lecture on Christian Science is to be given in the English language, I have been asked to introduce the lecturer in the German language, and I can only assure you that as a German American it affords me great pleasure to welcome the lecturer here on German soil in the German language. The theme, however, of his lecture stands far above all limitations of nationality, knows neither east nor west, neither north nor south, a theme that speaks in the tongues of all countries to the receptive heart and may be understood by the receptive heart—the theme of the Christian religion.

Testimony of Healing
If my expression of thanks will help any other pilgrim...
February 10, 1912

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