The Lectures

Zurich, Switzerland (First Church).—John Sidney Braithwaite, lecturer; introduced by Hans Frey, who said in part:—

In the textbook of Christian Science, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs. Eddy, we read (p. 171), "Mind's control over the universe, including man, is no longer an open question, but is demonstrable Science." This is what Christian Science brings to us, but we live in a period when more than ever before we have seen the workings of a so-called mind; we have seen it, for instance, in the power exercised by newspapers; we know more than ever before that that so-called mind envies, hates, strives for power, and acts accordingly, and was the root of the conflict between the nations. We know something, too, of the Mind that was in Christ Jesus, and that this Mind was not the cause of the fearful turmoil and chaos we have been witnessing in the world, but a so-called mind in opposition to the divine Mind. Christian Science shows further that the world does not understand the Christ-mind sufficiently, otherwise it would rely upon it and things would have a different aspect. Now Christian Science teaches us about this divine Mind, shows us how it is to be in us, how it is to become for us the only Mind, with blessings following.

New York, N. Y. (Seventh Church).—John C. Lathrop, lecturer; introduced by J. Allen Barris, who said in part:—

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August 9, 1919

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