The Lectures

Halifax, Yorkshire, England (First Church).—John W. Doorly, lecturer; introduced by Major Duncan Webb, who said in part:—

A good many years ago, before I became a Christian Scientist, I was engaged in writing an article, called "The Reconciliation of Theology and Science." I had been working at this subject and pondering it over about two years, when one day, sitting in my study at home, I suddenly found myself, as it were, standing on a vast plain. It was very dark, but I could just see, by a flicker of light, away on the distant horizon. Wherever I went I saw nothing but ruins—ruins of temples, ruins of places, ruins of churches, ruins of business houses. Everything was a ruin.

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