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Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication
The press continues to manifest a spirit of friendliness to our Cause. Only one article which required correction appeared during the year among the one hundred and sixty newspapers published in the state. The Committee's corrective letter was courteously accepted and promptly published by the editor of the paper.
An attack on our religion was made by an evangelist over one radio station in the state during the year. A corrective statement, prepared by this Committee, was radiocast three days later from the same station, at the same hour. This incident awakened the station manager, and assurance was given that all religious programs in the future would be carefully scanned before presentation on the air, and that no repetition of such unwarranted censure would be permitted.
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The Second Mile
Progress, Not Problems
CHARLOTTE V. ORR
BENJAMIN W. WEISBACH
LAURA BROWN CROWELL
Seeing the Honest Man
JESSIE MAE CHASE
Facing Error Unafraid
EDITH HUNT BARNES
"Thou shalt not know evil"
GLADYS C. GIRARD
Silencing Aggressive Mental Suggestions
Bear Not False Witness!
MARION W. BEST
Are We Speaking Truth to the Neighbor?
John Randall Dunn
The sustaining, protecting, and...
William H. Goetz
For years I attended an orthodox...
To me, one of the greatest...
Elfreda Stuckwish Cooke
In one of the Christian Science...
Lillie D. Storm
Christian Science shows the way...
For more than forty years the...
Jerusha C. Dean
I wish to express my gratitude...
Erma Mae Bomeke
Hid in Mind
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Oliver Blanchard Loud, William Blakeman Lampe, A. Stanley Hill, Arthur H. Compton