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Dr. de Lange’s life purpose was to state the fundamental truths of Christian Science in all their simplicity and grandeur, their might and majesty, their infinitude and limitless possibilities. And, in accordance with Mrs. Eddy’s statement on page 332 of Science and Health, that “the Christ is incorporeal, spiritual, – yea the divine image and likeness, . . .” understood and taught that Christian Science has revealed the fullness of the Christ, the very essence of Being, and its all-encompassing, irresistible, universal nature and healing power.

A native of the Netherlands, Dr. de Lange was educated at the University of Leyden, where he studied law, receiving his doctoral degree in 1921. Scholarly works of his appeared in the following years, and from 1923 to 1929 he was a correspondent in The Hague for the Christian Science Monitor. It was after this period that he was appointed to the Christian Science Board of Lectureship, serving in that capacity for 22 years. With the ability to speak several languages, the invitations for him to lecture were world-wide.

Dr. de Lange had Primary Class with Bicknell Young, and Normal Class with George Shaw Cook, a student of Edward A. Kimball. He became a resident and citizen of the United States, and was named a teacher of Christian Science in 1935. His frequent contributions to the Christian Science periodicals, thirty-two articles in all, spoke eloquently of the Science of the Christ, and were always enthusiastically received.

It was Dr. de Lange’s consistency and reverence for Mrs. Eddy’s revelation that attracted students, lecture audiences, and readers alike, in addition to his deeply held conviction that Christian Science is to be lived; that the substance and attraction of the teaching came not from person, but from Truth itself, the healing and redeeming Christ-power, that was fully available to everyone, without exception.

(For the complete biography see : www.mulberrypress.com)

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