To explore the Bible

As National Bible Week approaches in the United States, consider taking a fresh look at the Bible. Here are some new resources that will be available: On Wednesday, November 13, The Christian Science Monitor will publish a special eight-page report focusing on the Bible. Topics include the Bible and literacy, the Bible and the great reformers, development of the English Bible, the Bible's impact on individual lives. The November 25 Sentinel will also highlight articles on the Scriptures, illustrating their role in spiritual activism. The cover reads "If you want to do something, reach for your Bible." In the November 1991 issue of The Christian Science Journal, a special section explores new elements of the Bible Exhibit at the Christian Science Center in Boston, including a unique collection of historic Bibles now open to the public. The Monitor Channel will also feature the Bible Exhibit and the collection on One Norway Street. The program is scheduled to air in November.

A reprint of the special Monitor report will be available the first week of December 1991 by writing to: Reprints, The Christian Science Monitor, One Norway Street P–410, Boston, MA, U.S.A. 02115. The cost of copies of this reprint is: 1–5 = $3.00 each; 6–10 = $2.50; 11–25 = $2.00; 26 and up = $1.50. Make check payable to The Christian Science Monitor.

There's no need to stay poor
November 11, 1991

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