The Lectures

Jefferson, Wis. (Society).—John C. Lathrop, lecturer; introduced by Judge George Gremin, who said in part:—

The Master's great mission was the atonement; that is to say, the establishment of man's union with God, his Father. He proved his own sonship and affirmed our ability to do likewise. He proved that God is Spirit, divine Mind, and that man in His image and likeness is spiritual, is Mind's manifestation, possessing power over the material body and its accompaniments of sin, sickness, and even death. Had Christianity abode in even these fundamentals of Jesus' teachings, the works which he did, and greater than his, mankind would be doing to-day in strict accord with the great Way-shower's emphatic declaration. Christian Science has come to this age to emphasize the Master's doctrine, to point again the way to atonement, and to point it so clearly "that he may run that readeth it."

Richmond, Va. (First Church).—Dr. Walton Hubbard, lecturer; introduced by W. C. Locker, who said in part:—

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August 23, 1919

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