There’s much fresh thinking astir about the Monitor these days—including how it supports readers’ healing practice of Christian Science, how its role is evolving in today’s media environment, and how it connects with the other Christian Science publications.
These ideas were discussed with Marshall Ingwerson, Editor of The Christian Science Monitor; Margaret Rogers, Chair of the Christian Science Board of Directors and a Trustee of The Christian Science Publishing Society; David Kennedy, Editor of The Christian Science Journal, Sentinel, and Herald; and Abraham McLaughlin, Manager of the Publishing Society.
What is the role of The Christian Science Monitor today, and how does it relate to why Mary Baker Eddy originally founded the Monitor?
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