Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication


Although progressing slowly as to number, we are grateful to say that Christian Science is an honored movement in our country. The members of the Christian Science Society here are striving to live up to and to maintain the standard so earnestly required by our textbooks and by what Mrs. Eddy once wrote in a letter: "Never infuriate an enemy and never lose a friend by careless, humorous, or unjust reference" (The Christian Science Monitor, November 22, 1933). It is noteworthy that the German pastor of a Protestant church recommended one member to apply to the Christian Scientists for help, as there only would she find surcease from her difficulties.

This year's lecture was announced by over ten newspapers. Marked copies of The Christian Science Monitor, especially those containing Greek items, were offered to the editors and gratefully received. The notices of the lecture were published free of charge. A very attentive audience listened to the lecture, as well as to the translation in Greek read immediately after by the First Reader.

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Genuine Politics
January 16, 1937

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