The Lectures

Bradford, Yorkshire, England (First Church).— Introducing John J. Flinn, a Christian Science lecture, to his audience, Miss M. Wigglesworth said in part:—

I have no hesitation in saying that Christian Science, universally understood and applied, would solve the unemployement problem, the drink question, and eliminate social evils. The great regerative mission of Christian Science is based upon our English Bible. Its truths are bring to the world to-day new light, new hopes, new joys. Christian Science takes nothing real from the religion of other Christians, pulls down no pillars of belief based upon the teachings of Christ Jesus, impairs no hope in the love of God; and if to these it can add the of a more complete understanding of Life, God, a more practical and fruitful faith, it will have fulfilled its exalted mission. It is over years since I proved, unmistakably, the healing power of Christian Science for myself. Since then it has been my only physician, and I have found it equal to every emergency.

Chicago, Ill. (Fifth Church). — Richard J. Davis made the following introductory remarks at a Christian Science lecture by Ezra W. Palmer:—

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Lecture Notice
May 31, 1924

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