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Why is a Church so involved in news publishing?
"The publishing activities that Mrs. Eddy established indicated her deep care for humanity .... The religious periodicals, with appropriate references to modern trends and day-to-day challenges in society, show how Christian Science is provable to meet these challenges. The Christian Science Monitor in all its print and broadcast forms serves a slightly different purpose. The Monitor's mission is to inform its audience not only of the news itself, but even more importantly, to alert people to the deeper significance of the news with its latent challenges to society .... Regardless of denomination, for those who believe in the power of prayer to change the world, the Monitor is of great help in giving them an agenda for prayer."
—from Christian Science: A Report For The '90s, published in 1990 by The Christian Science Publishing Society.
INSIDE: LOOKING INTO THIS ISSUE
Reporting the news, praying for humanity
with contributions from Marla Crockett
"Journalism's Blind Spot" by D. Patrick Miller
Healing for our world
Lyle R. Young
Drifting along with popular thought?
Judith H. Hedrick
Extending the morning thought
James Scott Rosebush
"The angel of God, whose I am, and whom I serve"
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
The evolution of prayer
Michael D. Rissler
I want to tell you about why I am a student of Christian Science
Marjorie P. Hellyer
From early childhood I suffered with epilepsy
I am grateful that my mother began reading and studying...
Olive Allen Goodpaster
"For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper...