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In founding The Christian Science Monitor, Mary Baker Eddy...
In founding The Christian Science Monitor, Mary Baker Eddy said, "The object of the Monitor is to injure no man, but to bless all mankind" (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 353). And I can certainly verify the healing, Christian efficacy of the Monitor in my life. Reading this great newspaper has helped strip my thinking of so many bigotries, prejudices, and misconceptions—many times of kinds of ignorance I had hardly been aware of.
I would like to relate an experience we had in our neighborhood after the Monitor series entitled "Children in Trouble: A National Scandal" by Howard James.
The Individual and the Model Community
JOHN LEWIS SELOVER
Go—Take the Little Book!
CHARLES HENRY GABRIEL
Church in the Neighborhood
H. DICKINSON RATHBUN
The Practitioner's Helpfulness to the Community
THEODORE N. COOK
JOHN G. JOSTYN
Inner-city Children—Do We Care?
Christian Science and the Community
The Unity of God and Man
Alan A. Aylwin
Christian Science was brought into our home by an aunt who...
Martha Cantrell with contributions from Ellen Douglas Cantrell
Christian Science came to me through my husband, who brought...
Stella F. Hodges with contributions from Linda L. Rudicil, Cinda Sue Dow
Many years ago our family was introduced to the blessings of...
Frances M. Overton
When I graduated from high school, jobs were few and far...
Robert E. Greene
Where is God?
SYLVIA N. POLING