The Lectures

Olympia, Wash. (First Church).—Dr. Walton Hubbard, lecturer; introduced by Capt. Irvin W. Ziegaus, who said in part:—

The Christian Science movement had its inception in the discovery, or rather the rediscovery, that spiritual thinking heals the sick, reforms the sinner, banishes gloom and discord, and establishes harmony in human affairs. After years of bodily and mental agony, for which she could find no relief in known methods of healing, Mrs. Eddy turned to the Bible, and a long and careful study of its pages was rewarded by the discovery of the Principle of the method of healing practiced by Christ Jesus and his disciples. She named her discovery Christian Science, and she recorded the results of her Scriptural research, which we now know was inspired, in a volume entitled "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." This volume, the textbook of the Christian Science movement, is what its title implies,—a key to the Scriptures, a guide to right thinking, and a healing agent the availability of which is gratefully acknowledged by thousands of men and women.

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