“Lecture” is an interesting word. Does it conjure up remembrances of high school or college classes that lasted too long, or a lecture from your mom or dad about cleaning your room, not driving too fast, or being more responsible? When Mary Baker Eddy had the vision to write Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures and The Manual of the Mother Church , lectures were a very acceptable and wonderful forum for communication.
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