The Lectures

Saginaw, Michigan (First Church).—Lyman B. Moore made the following remarks when introducing John J. Flinn, a Christian Science lecturer, to his audience:—

Nearly twenty-five years ago I attended a lecture on Christian Science in this auditorium. At that time I looked upon Christian Science as only another cult to be added to the sum total of religious beliefs. Therefore I went to the lecture that night in a critical state of mind, expecting to hear from the lecturer, who was an eminent jurist, an elaborate defense of Christian Science. Instead, I listened to a forceful and logical statement of primitive Christianity. I am indebted to the lecture that night for the seeds of truth which were sown in my consciousness, which in later years brought forth fruit in physical and mental healing, the destruction of evil habits of thought; and more than all else, for bringing into my life a wonderful sense of freedom, rest, peace, and contentment.

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