Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

Midlothian, Scotland.

Although The Christian Science Monitor is much appreciated, not many quotations from it appear in our press. However, last January the Edinburgh Evening News quoted part of the editorial "Be Just to Great Britain," and commented very favorably on its kindly spirit. Later on The Scotsman quoted at considerable length telling passages from the editorial "American Sentiment and India." The Scottish Women's Temperance News has quoted four times from the pages of the Monitor, and a very warm tribute has lately been paid to our newspaper by "Churchman," the clerical editor of the Edinburgh Evening News. He said in part: "Whatever be our opinion of the distinctive tenets of Christian Science, we must admit that the Monitor is a splendid newspaper, the model of what a religious newspaper ought to be. We in Scotland may be pardoned for harboring a feeling of regret that although we have excellent church monthlies we have not a daily newspaper to voice the distinctively Christian opinion on world problems."

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