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LINKING TO THE SERVICE

CSPS appreciates the growing web and blogging community and wants to be part of the conversation. However, as a paid subscription website, we ask that you link to articles on JSH-Online Herald, rather than reproduce them on your site or blog ("your site").

We invite you to place a link to our homepage on your site. Please see http://jsh.christianscience.com/link-to-us for more information on linking to us, as well as a web-enabled logo. Our homepage includes links to each of our magazines, and other online-only Content, so there is no need to link directly to any individual magazine. The JSH-Online Herald home page offers a substantial amount of freely accessible content which is updated regularly, and no permission is needed to link to it.

A "deep link" is a direct link to a specific article or other Content on JSH-Online Herald, as opposed to a link to our homepage. A link to the Service’s homepage is not considered to be a deep link. If you are a Subscriber and wish to post a deep link on your site, please use the Service’s sharing function to send an email to yourself. The email will include a deep link to the Content that you can post on your site, that will enable non-subscribers to access the Content on the Service. You may reproduce the first paragraph of an article, or a brief description of other Content, as an introduction to the deep link. (Technical Note: Sharing the URL of specific Content on the Service will not enable a non-subscribing visitor to access the Content, it will only lead to a log-in page.) The Service’s functionality may not allow some Content to be shared, and such Content should not be shared via other methods.

Subscribers may maintain as many as five deep links to Content on the Service without prior written permission. To request permission to post more than five deep links, please contact us at copyright@csps.com. Institutions should have their own subscriptions to post deep links on their websites.

La missione de L’Araldo

L’Araldo della Scienza Cristiana fu fondato nel 1903 da Mary Baker Eddy. Il suo scopo è di “proclamare l’attività e la disponibilità universali della Verità”. La definizione di “araldo”, come indicata in un dizionario: “colui che avverte — un messaggero mandato avanti per annunciare l’approssimarsi di ciò che segue”, dà un significato particolare al nome Araldo ed inoltre indica il nostro dovere, il dovere di ognuno di noi, di vedere che i nostri Araldi assolvano alla loro responsabiità, una responsabilità inseparabile dal Cristo e annunciata per la prima volta da Gesù (Marco 16:15): “Andate per tutto il mondo e predicate l’evangelo ad ogni creatura”.

Mary Sands Lee, Christian Science Sentinel, 7 luglio 1956

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