HOLDING CRIME IN CHECK

The importance of the work which The Christian Science Monitor is doing can hardly be overemphasized. To one who is not a Christian Scientist but who is looking for unprejudiced, unbiased news, this newspaper stands very high. Commentators and other newspapers frequently quote it. It is respected not only for its fine character but for the completeness and intelligence of its coverage of world news.

To the working Christian Scientist, it is all of that and more. To him it is a challenge to use the understanding he has gained in his study of Christian Science, to do his part through prayer to help solve the problems presented. Today we see conflicting forces both at home and abroad. It would appear that we are experiencing what Mary Baker Eddy refers to on page 96 of our textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," where she states, "This material world is even now becoming the arena for conflicting forces." She adds on the same page and the following one, "During this final conflict, wicked minds will endeavor to find means by which to accomplish more evil; but those who discern Christian Science will hold crime in check."

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