It seems like only yesterday that the idea of a digital Journal, Sentinel, and Herald subscription was introduced in this column. The article “Next Tuesday, a Year from Now” (Journal, March 2011) suggested a day when readers would be seamlessly supported by the Christian Science periodicals in their daily study of Christian Science in both print and digital formats. Well, “Tuesday,” is about 90 days away! JSH-Online is expected to launch the last week of March 2012.
While we don’t yet know the exact subscription price, we do know that when you subscribe to JSH-Online and maintain a Journal, Sentinel, or Herald print subscription, you’ll get a special introductory price until September 2013.
With your online subscription you’ll have access to both text and audio content of the Journal, Sentinel, and Herald. You’ll be able read articles from the most current print issues as well as search the digital “bound volumes” to find and read a gem from the past. You’ll also be able to share articles with friends via e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter—and your friends will be able to freely access the article whether they’re a subscriber or not. You’ll even be able to move from the periodicals to the Pastor, the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, and to other published writings of Mary Baker Eddy, through links in the quotes and citations in any of the text utilizing the integrated “read-in-context” Concord-lite feature included with your subscription.