Responding to Las Vegas with Prayer
In view of the recent event in Las Vegas, we would like to share a lecture by Francis J. Fluno, titled “Christian Science, and the World’s Great Need of It.”
Dr. Francis J. Fluno, a homeopathic doctor before he found Christian Science, attended Mary Baker Eddy’s class of November 1885. He then took Normal Class with her in 1887 and received his C.S.D. degree. He was a Christian Science practitioner and teacher. He also lectured for 21 years.
His lecture begins:
“THE subject of my lecture is “Christian Science, and the World’s Great Need of It. But Christian Science is the Science of Being, and must include all there is of Being. There never was, and never will be a question propounded that has not its answer in Christian Science. And the world’s great need is unlimited: therefore only a small part of Christian Science, and only a few of the world’s great needs of it, can be expressed in any one lecture. Looking out over Earth’s vast arena, where the farce of human life continues to be played, and finding in that play nothing but a farce, nothing but unreality, finding nothing that satisfies the longing for something substantial, something abiding, something secure, something true; does it not stand to reason, that there is a something wanting; a something that the world has need of; something that although the world of sense knows nothing of it, yet human beings in some way or for some reason, find themselves in need of? . . . click here to download the PDF version to keep reading
The Biblos Team