The Lectures

Chicago, Ill. (First Church).—Mrs. Pearl Ecker Hubbell spoke as follows when introducingClarence W. Chadwick, a Christian Science lecturer, to his audience:—

When we listen for the "still small voice" of Truth, we find it to be the active, omnipresent voice, silencing the harsh noises of hypocrisy, envy, jealousy, and revenge, which try to keep us so busy that we cannot hear the Christ. In John we learn how Jesus the Christ "came unto his own, and his own received him not. But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God." We claim our God-given birthright when we prove more of the fatherhood and motherhood of God; and Christian Science has come to teach us how to understand and realize this relationship, and how to discern its perpetual and eternal existence, becoming the sons of God in the degree that we receive the truth about the man of God's creating and recognize the nothingness of the false, material conception of man and the universe.

London, Ontario, Canada (First Church).—Following are the introductory remarks, in part, made by Peter E. Mackay, at a Christian Science lecture delivered by Paul Stark Seeley:—

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