THE LECTURES

Before a large audience Virgil O. Strickler of New York city lectured on Christian Science in the Jefferson theater. Mr. Strickler was introduced by George W. Foster, first reader of the local Christian Science church, who said in part,—

Christian Science,—is it of God or is it of man? To arrive at the correct answer is of supreme importance. The Master, who said "Beware of false prophets," at the same time said "By their fruits ye shall know them." May we not safely conclude that a science which has brought healing and redemption and happiness to thousands, as Christian Science has, cannot be based upon a contradiction? A science which contradicts itself is no science. Science is knowledge,—exact, systematized knowledge, that can be applied.

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