Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

The librarian of one Church of Christ, Scientist, Sydney, wrote that a young woman called at the Reading Room and borrowed a copy of Science and Health. She said that she became interested in Christian Science through reading the Bible Lesson-Sermon excerpts in the Propeller, and because she thought them beautiful, she wished to know more about it. Six papers printed full reports of the lectures and nine others printed reports of various lengths.

The devotional programs broadcasted through Station 2UW on the first and third Fridays in each month at 10 p.m. were continued during the year. Two persons wrote to the manager of the station, one expressing appreciation of the programs generally, and the other of a particular program, because during the readings and solo a sense of weariness and depression was lifted. "It was as if a load had been taken away from me," the writer said. A letter was received by the Committee in which the writer spoke of a testimony she had given in a branch church in which she referred to a program, the subject of which was, "Heredity—Not a Law." "The program reminded me of, and indeed, completed a healing which I have had of the false belief of heredity," the writer said. The trouble had been muscular rheumatism, and she was the fourth generation to have suffered from it.

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