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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."
SPIRITUAL GROWTH THROUGH SELF-DENIAL
FRANK A. SALISBURY
GREAT ONLY AS GOOD
PRISCILLA E. MOULTON
A PRACTICAL RELIGION
NATALIE G. FORCE
"AS BIRDS FLYING"
Glanville le Sueur
"THE SECRET PLACE"
DOMINION THROUGH OVERCOMING
VIRGINIA L. HIBBS
"LET NO MAN DESPISE THY YOUTH"
CLIFF WALTER KRUEGER
WEIGHING THE FACTS
MAUDE E. HEALY
HOW ARE YOU BUILDING YOUR HOUSE?
LUCILLE PENNEBAKER WEBSTER
THE MEASURE OF TRUE MANHOOD
"TURN YOURSELVES, AND LIVE YE"
John J. Selover
RADIO PROGRAM No. 203 - God's Law Is Practical in Business
Christian Science found me at a...
Gertrude F. Lowell
In 1941, because of the long...
Abraham Dawson Hunter
When I first heard of Christian Science...
O. Louise Kyte
Having been benefited a great...
When I was a young boy, it became...
Bert B. Hatch
With gratitude and humility I...
My gratitude to God increases...
Beatrice Carson Arndt
I will praise thee, O Lord my...
Marjorie C. Hollis
A spiritual idea has not a single...
Marjorie E. Oliotti
Signs of the Times
with contributions from H. Cameron McClure, Harold A. Jayne