Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication

About fifty newspapers are printing our weekly Lesson-Sermon excerpts from the Christian Science Quarterly regularly. In several instances these excerpts are appearing in newspapers in towns where we have no regular services. Much good is done by these excerpts in correcting misconceptions of Christian Science.

The way is now open for a newspaper editor in any town or city of the state to receive The Christian Science Monitor through an exchange arrangement. That is, he may pay for a year's subscription to the Monitor with advertising space in his own newspaper. Seventy-one newspapers of the state are receiving the Monitor in this way, and rarely is a subscription discontinued. The Committee's files contain many letters from editors expressing admiration of our great daily newspaper and appraising its value in promoting clean journalism and world peace. One editor recently wrote: "I greatly enjoy the Monitor. It took the first year to become acquainted with it. This last year was a great treat."

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The Brotherhood of Man
July 1, 1939
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