THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR GOES FORTH WITH POWER

In the leading editorial of the first issue of The Christian Science Monitor, its founder, Mary Baker Eddy, first gives this divinely inspired publication its name and then sets forth its purpose. She speaks of the naming of all the Christian Science periodicals and concludes (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 353): "The next I named Monitor, to spread undivided the Science that operates unspent. The object of the Monitor is to injure no man, but to bless all mankind."

A deeper appreciation of this periodical comes from carefully considering the full import of its Christly purpose—"to spread undivided the Science that operates unspent." A unique quality so permeates the Monitor that every issue goes forth with dynamic power. Its purpose is being increasingly fulfilled: to bring Christian Science to every corner of the earth, to every home, and to every public place astir with human activity. Christian Science Reading Room windows extend the Monitor's gift of spiritual enlightenment to the passer-by.

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April 17, 1954
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