The Lectures

Clarence W. Chadwick delivered a lecture on Christian Science Friday evening [Jan. 1] in The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. The first reader, H. Cornell Wilson, introduced Mr. Chadwick and said:—

Among those who early came into possession of Mrs. Eddy's first published work on Christian Science was Amos Bronson Alcott, one of that renowned coterie of Massachusetts men who constituted the Concord School of Philosophy. In a letter to Mrs. Eddy expressing his appreciation of her book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," this sage thinker wrote: "The profound truths which you announce, sustained by facts of the immortal life, give to your work the seal of inspiration,—reaffirm in modern phrase the Christian revelations. In times like these, so sunk in sensualism, I hail with joy your voice, speaking an assured word for God and immortality, and my joy is heightened that these words are of woman's divinings."

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