The Lectures

PETOSKEY, MICH. (First Church).—Ezra W. Palmer, lecturer; introduced by the Rev. Louis Grosenbaugh, who said in part:—

Speaking of more recent developments in the sphere of religion, our attention is at once directed to Christian Science. Its growth and fruitage have been truly phenomenal, and its record is almost without a parallel. The name "Christian Science" at once challenges attention. What I mean by this will be understood when I say that Christ Jesus on the one hand and science on the other are preeminently the dominating forces in present-day life. No intelligent man will deny that the world of today is rapidly yielding to the teaching of Christ and accepting the findings of science. To be truly Christlike, and to be genuinely scientific, means for us in these days the highest and best to which man can attain. How much of the teaching of Christ and how much of the finding of science the great movement before us has assimilated, will very likely appear in the lecture to which we shall soon listen.

Testimony of Healing
Two years ago I first learned what Christian Science really...
March 24, 1917

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