Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

Only two criticisms of Christian Science have appeared in the press of our state during the year. In both instances corrections were submitted to the editors and were duly published. A third criticism was made over the radio by an evangelist. In this instance the station manager not only gave ample time for a correction to be made by an Assistant, but also donated periods for the broadcasting of several electrical transcriptions.

Although this office was not directly engaged in the distribution of the Coronation Edition of the Monitor, yet it is interesting to record here that great good was accomplished in our state by the branch church literature distribution committees. This issue of our Monitor brought forth praise from practically everyone whose privilege it was to receive a copy. The following is from an editorial in the Alabama Journal, Montgomery, of April 30, 1937: "Noteworthy edition. The Coronation Edition issued by The Christian Science Monitor is a notable assembling of information and pictures regarding the approaching event in London upon which the world's eyes will be turned. The Monitor deals with the event in fine perspective, and with relation to its historical importance contains an abundance of authoritative material."

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