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UK ONLINE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM

Christian Science Magazines

The Christian Science periodicals - the Journal, Sentinel and Herald - have been providing inspiration and accounts of healing for decades. In them you will find topical articles, commentary on the bible and our weekly lesson sermon, accounts of healing and regeneration, and general information about Christian Science.  The Journal also has a comprehensive directory of Christian Science churches, societies, practitioners and nurses.

There is an archive of every article ever published in the periodicals, but you will need to subscribe to JSH Online to read them. Just follow the Search links below.

Journal Archive

The Christian Science Journal was founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1883 and has been published every month since then. You can search the archive for over 140 years of inspiration and healing
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Christian Science healing: not inexplicable, not a miracle
(July 2017)

The Christian Science Journal contains instructive articles and verified reports of Christian healing, to help you understand the divine Principle, and apply the practice, of Christian Science.

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Cybersecurity—every prayer counts
(July 3, 2017)

The Christian Science Sentinel's articles, editorials, and firsthand accounts of healing show in practical terms how Christian Science can bring healing to any situation.

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Sentinel Archive

The Sentnel was published in 1899 as the Christian Science Weekly. You can search an archive of all the articles and testimonies ever published.

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O bem de Deus vence a corrupção
(June 2017)

The Herald of Christian Science shows the universality of Christian Science through articles and accounts of healing in various languages, from many different parts of the world.

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Herald Archive

The first edition of The Herald of Christian Science was published in German in 1903 “to proclaim the universal activity and availability of Truth.” Today print editions of the Herald appear in German, French, Spanish, and Portuguese, while online the Herald now posts video testimonies, audios, and written material in more than 24 languages. Readers and contributors from around the world bear witness to the universality of Truth.

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