Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

The Swedish field has again been favored with another translation into Swedish, "What Our Leader Says"—an attractive folder with the English text printed on one side and the Swedish on the other.

The attitude of the Swedish press toward Christian Science has become decidedly more friendly, in proportion to its healing ministry being gradually recognized, and the high standard of its morals and literature manifested. An important means to this end is the friendly contact to which The Christian Science Monitor opens the way. One editor, who has so far seemed rather antagonistic toward our movement, wrote as follows: "The future will regard The Christian Science Monitor as a proof that our age does not lack spiritual ideals. The mere fact that a newspaper of this type has been established and valued shows that the turn of mind to which the sensational journalism appeals, is not universal among the public. The Christian Science Monitor is a source of hope to those who refuse to believe that low aims rule the world."

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