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In response to a widespread interest in the various editions of The Herald of Christian Science, the Editors are taking this opportunity to explain something of the purpose of the Heralds and the nature of their contents.
Our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, who gave the name to each of our periodicals, lists them and indicates their mission in an item entitled "Something in a Name" in "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany." Here she gives the mission of the Heralds, when she speaks of the German edition of the Herald, the only Herald published at that time. To quote (p. 353): "The third, Der Herold der Christian Science, to proclaim the universal activity and availability of Truth."
The Heralds, surmounting language barriers, are proclaiming "the universal activity and availability of Truth" in nine languages. There is also an edition in English Braille. Naturally, the various language editions—German, French, Scandinavian (Danish-Norwegian-Swedish), Dutch, and Spanish-Portugese-Italian—are intended primarily for those parts of the Field where the languages of those editions are spoken, and the Heralds, therefore, can in no way replace, or be substituted for, The Christian Science Journal or the Christian Science Sentinel.
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WHAT IS YOUR THOUGHT OF GOD?
FLORENCE G. SCHELL
GOD'S CREATION IS COMPLETE
JOHN D. MINTO
Mary H. Oliver
HOW TO BECOME A LAW TO ONESELF
ANNA LEWIS DAVIS
CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AND INDIVIDUAL SALVATION
RAYMOND MANSBRIDGE BROCK
BEHOLDING THE CHRIST
GEORGIA LA FOLLETTE SCHAD
"THE LORD...MY REFUGE"
Gwen M. Castle
Helen Wood Bauman
SLAVERY OR FREEDOM?
We read (Ps. 103:1), "Bless the...
Asa S. Merrell
I have learned that when we apply...
I wish to add to the many printed...
When Christian Science found...
As a very small boy I was enrolled...
Lloyd C. Noble
Of all the healings I have had...
Jeanette C. Rice
I am humbly grateful to God...
Violet Malone Watson
A testimony from me is long...
One Saturday morning I drove...
Grace Constance Binmore
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Andrew Daughters