The Lectures

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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