The Lectures

The Rev. J. L. Seward, Unitarian clergyman, in introducing Prof. Hermann S. Hering, who lectured on Christian Science, said in part:—

Within the present generation there has arisen in the religious world a most interesting and enthusiastic movement, which has achieved a reputation that is world wide; and of that movement, and especially of one or two phases of it, we are to hear tonight from one who is amply qualified to discuss the subject. I am here, like all the rest of you, to learn what this good man has to tell us in regard to this movement. I said it had developed within the present generation, but I have no doubt our friend will tell us that while the organic features of it are new, the truths which lie at its foundation are eternal, for they existed eternally in the mind of God; that all of the laws of nature are eternal in their true essence and are not new, since their only newness is our application or discovery of them, our first perception of them.

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