THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATION

WITHIN the past few months the work of the Committee on Publication has largely increased in volume and importance, and in order to make this work as effective as it should be there must be a very liberal support of the State Committees by the branch churches. The aim of all Christian Scientists is to destroy falsehood with truth, and so far as the refutation of public misrepresentation of Christian Science and its Leader is concerned this can best be done through wide circulation of printed matter containing truthful statements about them. This work cannot be done without considerable expense, and the branch churches throughout the Field should see to it that the Committees are not hampered by lack of funds.—EDITOR.

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