THE LECTURES

For the first time in the annals of the Christian Science Society in Bermuda, a public exposition of the aims, methods, and ideals of Science was given in the Mechanics hall, when Prof. Hermann S. Hering delivered an eloquent lecture. The large hall was crowded, and the deep interest of the entire audience was apparent. Eugene C. Pearman presided, and opened the proceedings in the following words:—

I welcome you on behalf of the Bermuda Christian Science Society and thank you for your presence tonight. The lecturer of the evening has made a special voyage to Bermuda to deliver this lecture, and it is extremely gratifying to have so good an attendance to greet him. During the past nine or ten years, since I have been interested in the study of Christian Science, it has seemed to me that throughout all time of which we have any historical record, there have been occasions when, in the face of what were apparently overwhelming material conditions, men and women have achieved a victory over those circumstances. Moses, Elijah, Daniel, and many others in the Old Testament records, and Christ Jesus and his disciples and followers in the New Testament account, proved time and time again the supremacy of spiritual power over material resistance.

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