Supporting journalists under fire

In reading about a recent outburst of government-sanctioned persecution of journalists in Russia, Iran, and Turkey, a phrase from Mary Baker Eddy’s writings came to mind: “All that error asks is to be let alone; . . .” (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 211). 

It struck me that perhaps the reason those journalists were running into official trouble—killings, beatings, prosecution, and more—was this: They were refusing to let error alone. 

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