The Lectures

Templeton, Cal. (Society).—Paul Stark Seeley, lecturer; introduced by Atty. Louis Cohen, who said in part:—

The knowledge of Truth, which Christian Science invites the world to acquire, may be summed up as the universal understanding of the one God. This, like democracy, appeals to one as being perfectly natural,—and did not have to be invented, but merely discovered. The uses to which that understanding may be put are innumerable. It is translatable in terms of peace, joy, prosperity, and salvation. Christian Science, as a system of ethics, is not based upon the hope of post-mortem felicity. No theological promissory notes on the future, so to speak, are issued in its name; the benefits of its teaching are realizable here and now. Hundreds of thousands of witnesses testify to this.

January 25, 1919
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