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I have given the name to all the Christian Science periodicals. The first was The Christian Science Journal, designed to put on record the divine Science of Truth; the second I entitled Sentinel, intended to hold guard over Truth, Life, and Love; the third, Der Herold der Christian Science, to proclaim the universal activity and availability of Truth; the next I named Monitor, to spread undivided the Science that operates unspent. The object of the Monitor is to injure no man, but to bless all mankind.
—Mary Baker Eddy, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 353
Dating back to the beginning of 2013, every issue of The Christian Science Journal and Sentinel has an audio edition available to subscribers of JSH-Online.com. And last fall, we began providing audio for articles on the public pages of each of the four Herald websites. Having audio for Herald content has been cherished as an important way “to proclaim the universal activity and availability of Truth.” In fact, we’ve heard of Christian Science being shared by way of the audio recordings.
The audio edition of the periodicals is a blessing in a variety of ways. For those in need of healing, and perhaps temporarily unable to read, listening to an article or testimony can be comforting and uplifting. Also, on-the-go listening can inspire daily activity with Christian Science content.
From the readers
Leora Platte, Mark Slettehaugh, Diana McIntosh
Eric D. Pagett
True womanhood and human progress
The importance of admitting the facts of divine Science
Truth’s brightness and brilliance
Views of womanhood: strength and fortitude
Stephanie Simon and Maria Camaliche-Simon interviewed by Shelly Richardson
Waking up to healing
Health challenge after birth resolved
Grief and symptoms of heart condition healed
Freedom of mobility regained
'When Christ changes a belief ...'
Photograph by Mark Raffles
One Father-Mother God: foundation for progress and equality
Kim Crooks Korinek