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FROM ANNUAL REPORTS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE COMMITTEES ON PUBLICATION
Greater Public Interest In Christian Science
Germany (British Zone)
During the preceding year there has been marked progress as regards the interest of the press in our movement. Although divers newspapers published short erroneous statements, our corrections were kindly accepted, and some of them also appeared in print. In most cases quotations from books or periodicals were involved. Direct attacks in the press did not occur. On the contrary, several journalists got in touch with the Assistant Committee on Publication in order to gather information regarding our movement.
Thus the chief editor of a news agency and publisher of a woman's paper called at our office asking for a biography of Mary Baker Eddy. He had previously heard about Christian Science through The Christian Science Monitor, which had been used in his school as a means of instruction, and he wrote an article on the life and work of our Leader which was published in two newspapers. A well-known portrait of Mrs. Eddy appeared on the same page. A large daily newspaper brought out an article on Mrs. Eddy under the heading, "She Founded a Church." Both articles were written in a spirit of kindness and furnished ample enlightenment.
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THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF SPIRIT
ALBERT CLINTON MOON
RACHEL M. PRATT
CHARLES B. MAYS
BEFORE THE LESSON
"THE SCRIPTURES ARE VERY SACRED"
Helen Dye Sharback
CHRIST, THE SAVIOUR FROM FALSE BELIEF
Richard J. Davis
THE LIGHT OF MIND
Robert Ellis Key
It is with great joy that I testify...
Elsie Lily Bunting
My two worst enemies were resentment...
Leslie G. Nicholson with contributions from Norma E. Ziegler
My reading of Mrs. Eddy's statement...
Katharine C. MacInnis
With a heart full of gratitude to...
After eight years of continual...
Lillie L. Washburn
During the past forty-odd years...
Philip L. Angell
The study and practice of Christian Science...
CONSECRATION TO OUR LEADER'S PURPOSE
with contributions from John M. Tutt, Lucy Hays Reynolds, Milton Simon, May Rimes Hutson, Walton Hubbard
Pearl Strachan Hurd