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In the Christian world

From the April 2012 issue of The Christian Science Journal

In the Christian world, April sings of Easter gladness. Jesus’ resurrection speaks to the perpetual promise of renewal—of being raised up in newness of life. And so we welcome you once again to the pages of the Journal, which continuously speaks of the transformation and renewal of lives touched by the study and practice of Christian Science, so firmly rooted in the life, teaching, and healings of Christ Jesus. 

The first Journal, published April 14, 1883, carried the title: Journal of Christian Science: An Independent Family Paper, to Promote Health and Morals. This April—129 years later—you have a fresh opportunity to renew your affection for and devotion to the Journal and her sister publications the Christian Science Sentinel and The Herald of Christian Science with a new JSH-Online subscription (see the ad on the back cover to subscribe).

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