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Outside the propaganda of Christian Science itself, there is no agency for which Christian Scientists have more reason to be grateful than that of the press. When we remember that the subject of Christian Science cannot be brought to the consciousness of any human being and leave that consciousness just where it found it, and when we remember also that there is no part of the world into the farthest nook of which the newspaper does not enter, we can readily see what a useful medium it is in helping to awaken universal thought to a knowledge of the truth.

The question as to whether Christian Science will be discussed in the columns of these papers is today hardly worth considering, since the subject has become of such public interest that no paper can afford to ignore it. It may not always be presented in the kindest and most favorable manner,—too often, indeed, there have been bitterness and injustice manifested,—but even then there is aroused a spirit of inquiry and investigation which has led many a weary heart to the source of all good, where they have health and peace. On the other hand, the fair and respectful treatment given the subject by many of our leading newspapers has stood out in bold contrast with the inconsiderate and even harsh criticisms which have come from sources from which we might have expected gentler usage.

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