The Lectures

George Shaw Cook delivered two lectures on Christian Science in the church edifice. C. C. Ogilvie, superintendent of the Goodwyn Institute, introduced the lecturer the first evening, saying in part:—

I am not a member of the Christian Science church, but I have always been much impressed with the splendid optimism of its followers, with their tolerant, charitable spirit under attack, and with their absolute confidence in and unreserved reliance upon the principles of philosophy, healing, and religion taught by Christian Science.

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