The Lectures

In introducing George Shaw Cook, who lectured on Christian Science at the High School auditorium, Attorney D. C. Arthur said:—

It is probably known to most of you that I am not a member of the Christian Science church. I have, however, read some of its good sense and wholesome philosophy. My attention was first called to Christian Science a number of years ago by the many bitter attacks upon Mrs. Eddy and her work, so prevalent in the pulpit and press of that time. Later I noticed in our law reports that it was getting into the courts, and thus some real facts were registered which were dependable and enlightening. I also read the writings and speeches of such men as the Hon. Clarence A. Buskirk, Judge Clifford P. Smith, Senator John D. Works, and others of like caliber, along with the works of Mrs. Eddy herself, and reached the conclusion that Christian Science is a fact in the world's which cannot be ignored.

May 6, 1916
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