Christian Science Monitor


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Christian Science Monitor

 

an American daily news-paper. It has been published in Boston, Mass., since 1908. Officially considered a religious publication, to all intents and purposes it has a secular character (only a special page is allotted to material of the Christian Science Society). An influential, well-informed newspaper, it has a national edition, as well as a London edition. Circulation, 211,000 (1974). [13–1333–4; updated]

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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"The Christian Science Monitor is recognised for its consistent and objective coverage of foreign affairs and its avoidance of sensational and scandal-oriented journalism.
Smith told the Christian Science Monitor that "in the last 18 months the racial tone of the country has tilted in a direction that is alarming, at a minimum." (The article did veer into the typical misinformation peddled by the mainstream media that pushes a false narrative that the election of President Trump is somehow causing a rise in "hate crimes" and that minorities are arming themselves in order to defend against this alleged threat.)
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"The weak point in the Iranian argument is how they detected the drone in the first place, which I find implausible given the existing quality of their air-defense system, which is not sufficiently sophisticated to detect it," Dennis Gormley of the University of Pittsburgh told the Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor noted that social-service agencies are owed eight billion dollars by the state, but it didn't note that much of that money has been promised to healthcare providers, many of which are in danger of folding should the state default on its obligations.
Around the nation, the Christian Science Monitor notes, these "new media" bloggers "are taking on issues like gun control preemption laws in Philadelphia and putting pressure on firearms firms for their choice of spokesmen.
John Hughes has ended an 18-month consultancy advising the owners of The Christian Science Monitor about the future of the paper.
But, at Nokomis Regional High School (Newport, ME), students and staff and very familiar with them, reported The Christian Science Monitor. "Tech Sherpas" are students in the high school who help teachers and administrators with technology.
Reuters; appearing in The Christian Science Monitor. May 29; 1956: page 6.
The Christian Science Monitor reported on 1 June 2006 that the Egyptian government is also considering fueling the vehicles with natural gas.
The Christian Science Monitor (March 27) reports that conversion remains a "thorny" issue in the Muslim world: "While state executions for apostasy are rarely carried out, laws allowing them remain on the books not only in Afghanistan, but in Saudi Arabia, Iran and Sudan.

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