The Lectures

Boston, Mass. (The Mother Church).—William W. Porter, lecturer; introduced by Bicknell Young, who said in part:—

In this hour of human history, when the chaff is being sifted, and will undoubtedly through the unspeakably trying experiences of the times be more and more sifted from the true grain of individual and national character, Christian Science, a demonstrable, scientific religion, based upon the divine Principle of being, stands manifesting the calmness and strength that ever appertain to pure Christianity. From the fields, shops, mines, and shipyards, where the demands are such that men and women must show the greatest industry and energy; from the ships and trenches where boundless fortitude and courage are demanded of the soldiers and sailors, come a constantly increasing flood of testimonials gratefully acknowledging added ability and strength gained by many of these men and women through demonstrating Christianity, rather than merely believing in it.

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