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International New Thought Alliance's

First International New Thought Metaphysical Congress

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Preface - First Convention - Address of Welcome - Thought Grafting - A Rational Positive Spiritual Philosophy - Abundant Life - Value of Social Ideals - Powers Invisible - After Christianity, What? - Mental Treatment for Communities - A Plea for Work Among School-teachers - Officers and Executive Board for 1899 - 1900 - Factions and Divisions - Law of the Good - Tried and True - Gospel of Healing - Is Mental Science Enough? - Constitution and By-laws - Divine Law - God, Freedom, and Immortality - Unity of Good - New Century's Call - Spirit of the New Thought - Individual Ideals - Contents -


has God's voice become ours? Think what unity means, what the Oneness of Life implies, what the Goodness of the Whole reveals! Shall we not receive one another as Christ received us, to the glory of God --- that God, the Good, may be known as All-in-all?

In the absence of the President, the Vice-President, Col. Tafft, presided, and called on certain speakers, who briefly addressed the Convention. These spirited remarks made the session one of much interest and value. Those who spoke were: Mrs. Jane Porter Rudd, Norwich, Conn.; Mr. It C. Douglas, La. Crosse, Wis.; Mr. Paul Tyner, New York, N. Y.; Mrs. Kate R. Stiles, Cambridge, Mass.; Mrs. Clara S. Alden, Somerville, Mass.

SESSION OF THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1899.

This was the closing session of the Convention, and the attendance was larger than at any previous meeting. The addresses follow

THE NEW CENTURY'S CALL.

BY THE REV. R. HEBER NEWTON.

We are approaching the end of a century. It is more than that. I remember well as a boy, sitting at the feet of my vene rated father in Old St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia, and hearing him again and again declare his conviction that before the end of the century Jesus Christ would return to earth, sit in judgment upon the world, wind up the present dispensation, and introduce the millennium. This was the conviction of a host of devout men of that day. They drew this belief from

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