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Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication
A number of newspapers are reprinting, almost daily, items and editorials from The Christian Science Monitor. Letters of appreciation are frequently received from editors. The following are characteristic expressions from their letters: "I am glad to enclose renewal order for the Monitor. I value it highly and find it extremely useful and informative." "I am happy to exchange advertising for my beloved Christian Science Monitor. Not only our office enjoys the Monitor but I give it away often. I save copies for a country woman, who carries it in her car to read; clerks in stores and people needing spiritual food are types who receive a copy of the Monitor from this office. So hurry the cut to me, for I want your paper." "We will be glad indeed to secure a renewal of the contract and receive the Monitor another year. Truthfully, it is my favorite newspaper and reading matter, and almost every issue of my paper carries editorials from the Monitor, with proper credits. Also we use all the religious articles from the Monitor sent us by the Committee on Publication." "I believe we would be a far better country if such a newspaper and such reading matter went into all our homes."
One Assistant, who is active in looking after our Christian Science books and literature in a government hospital for World War veterans, writes as follows: "It is interesting to note that the doctors here approve of the patients' reading Christian Science literature. Many of the men have actually been encouraged to read Science and Health by some of the doctors in charge, and they have acknowledged the good effect our literature has on these patients. One was healed of blindness through having our textbook read to him."
Between eighty and ninety editors continue to subscribe to the Monitor on our exchange-for-advertising plan.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
"Every human need"
"Millions of unprejudiced minds"
Sickness a Temptation
BESS M. PANGBURN
"When thou hast shut thy door"
JANE W. MC KEE
PAUL J. LICHTENFELS
JERITA V. BLAIR HEAD
In a letter published in a recent issue a clergyman sees...
Paymaster Captain Paul Heather,
In a recent issues of the Woodbury Daily Times, notice is...
Jerome B. Burbank,
Addresses to Non-Christian Scientists
with contributions from James W. Fifield
The Standard in Christian Science
George Shaw Cook
Liberation through Right Thoughts
with contributions from Ruth H. Luther, Martha E. Altwein, Henry Lionel Maude, Ralph R. Shay, Alberta Malotte
Through Christian Science I was saved at the age of...
Ann Margaret Hadley
When I was in boarding school I awoke one morning in...
The practice of Christian Science brings to humanity the...
Asa S. Merrell
During the past ten years we have had a number of...
Irene A. Snyder with contributions from Arthur J. Snyder
I am sincerely grateful for the joy and peace that are...
Geraldine A. Stone with contributions from John F. Stone
My first physical healing, of dyspepsia, came several years...
Nina Farris McMillin
We Pray Thee, Lord
EARL ALBERT RUSSELL
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Roosevelt, Charles E. Shulman, J. L. Newland
A Meeting in the Interest of "Our Impersonal Missionaries"
A. Warren Norton
Christian Science Reading Rooms
By Miss Violet Ker Seymer
The Christian Science Periodicals
Evelyn F. Heywood
The Christian Science Monitor News
Charles E. Gratke
The Christian Science Monitor Advertising
H. D. Whittlesey
Circulation of the Christian Science Publications
Anna E. Herzog