The Lectures

Introductions to Lectures

Bridport, Dorset, England (Society).

Lecturer: Judge Samuel W. Greene; introduced by Claude A. Carr, who said:—

Christian Science, which was practically unheard of in this country forty years ago, continues to grow with unexampled rapidity, making its appeal to people of every nation, creed, and station. This is because it is a practical religion, proving itself to be the solution of every problem which confronts one in this mortal sense of life, and giving a reasonable and rational explanation of God and man. That a Christian Science lecture should be delivered in Bridport is but another instance of how this new-old religion is permeating every corner of the country. Indeed there can scarcely be a town in the civilized world today that has not some evidence of the activities of the Christian Science movement—perhaps of persons who have been healed through its ministrations, or at least those who know of persons who have been so healed. I myself am one of the innumerable company who have experienced healing through Christian Science; in fact, I am convinced I should not be in this world today had it not been for my realizing in a moment of extreme need the ineffable sense of God's presence and power.

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Bible Notes
November 30, 1935

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