The Lectures

Boston, U.S.A. (The Mother Church).—Ezra W. Palmer, lecturer; introduced by Bicknell Young, who said in part:—

Whether people know enough of Christian Science to interest themselves in the study of it, or whether they are mere observers (indifferent or otherwise) of its great works, they all practically agree that by means of Christian Science an element of joy and confidence is introduced into human lives and living. The casual observer cannot know exactly why this is so. If he would know, he must cease to be casual in his observations, and become interested and sincere, even to the point of thorough investigation. Then he will understand more clearly what Christian Science is doing for the world, and, better still, why it is doing it.

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