Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1927

The secular press in northern California, with rare exceptions, continues to be not only fair but friendly to Christian Science. Editors make no adverse comments on our religion or its followers; ordinarily, they delete unfavorable references made by correspondents or in sermons and addresses. The occasional adverse criticisms of Christian Science which appear in the press simply afford opportunities to correct existing misconceptions and misinformation. There has been a marked abatement of unjust criticisms of Christian Science in religious periodicals and in medical journals. A few medical writers are still inclined to attack Christian Science, but the tendency of editors of medical journals is to refrain from mentioning it.

The Christian Science Monitor continues to grow in editorial esteem. This is evidenced by the increasing number of reprints which appear in the press.

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