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Three lectures on Christian Science were given by George Shaw Cook for Second Church. At the first lecture, E. A. Krauthoff in his introduction said:—
Job asked, "If a man die, shall he live again?" Plato taught that the sum of human knowledge was to know one's self. Hegel is said to have expressed the thought that the problem of human existence was the effort of man to be at-one with God. In this state of the so-called human mind, Christian Science comes with its message of cheer and hope and points a way out of all doubt, fear, despair, disease, sin, and even death itself.
At the second lecture H. D. Yoder said:—
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A Universal Sermon
REV. WILLIAM P. MC KENZIE
Faithfulness in Well-doing
JANE L. VILAS
LUCIA C. COULSON
EZRA W. PALMER
In contradistinction to a blind belief in an absentee God,...
F. Elmo Robinson
In a recent issue of the National Sunday Magazine, in an...
Robert S. Ross
Annie M. Knott
A Little Candle
John B. Willis
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
John V. Dittemore
with contributions from E. A. Krauthoff, H. D. Yoder, Eugene Jaccard, L. C. McAfee, Lilias Ramsay
Words are inadequate to express a tithe of my heartfelt...
Marguerite Scott Till with contributions from Kate E. Andreae
I wish to tell about my healing in Christian Science, as...
Benjamin F. Deitrick
Christian Science has done so much for me in bringing...
J. Hazlett Griffith
Sufficient time has elapsed since the first beneficent influence...
Agnes Morley Cleaveland
I turned to Christian Science a few years ago, and I wish...
Lucy Orr Parmeley with contributions from Cyrus Walker Parmeley
From Our Exchanges
with contributions from Alfred J. Cardall, A. H. Moncure Sime, W. E. Orchard