Dr. Chas. S. Medbury
Dr. Charles S. Medbury
FEW men have the power to stir audiences as does Doctor Charles S. Medbury, the eloquent and forceful pastor of University Place Church of Christ, Des Moines, Iowa, who will present to Lyceum audiences this season his great lecture, The Man of Now at New Tasks.
His sincerity and earnestness, his grasp of his subject, the breadth of his views, together with his remarkable oratorical powers give immediate weight to his message.
Doctor Medbury has traveled widely and is thoroughly in touch with the problems of the business and industrial world, while twenty years' pastoral services in college and university communities have yielded a grip of the problem of America's young manhood and womanhood.
THE MAN OF NOW AT NEW TASKS
Doctor Medbury discusses world affairs from the American viewpoint. He is an optimist, yet he faces the grave problems of the day squarely, acknowledges their seriousness, and calls to men to solve them wisely.
A broader outlook on life with its power for service and happiness is presented in this lecture, which should be heard in every community.
It is rarely that Doctor Medbury uses the same subject matter twice in succession. With great questions arising daily, with America in world view as never before, subjects change almost hourly, and with them the material in this lecture.
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