Here you'll find promotional materials, ways to link to TFCCS and CSPS websites, ways to use materials from CSPS and TFCCS websites or publications other than covers, and ways to link to quotes in an online, free version of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy.
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Periodicals and other product covers - website widgets
You can embed automatically refreshed images of the periodicals and other products in your church website, so long as they are not altered or edited in any way. Please do not use any other images of these publications for online promotion of these publications. more
Social media streams
We invite you to link to our sites as described in these guidelines. Please note that certain websites are not intended to be accessible by the public; this includes any part of a website that requires a password to log into. No permission is given to publicly link to such websites or sections of websites.
Information about linking using the logos of various CSPS and TFCCS publications and websites, such as The Christian Science Monitor, JSH-Online, ChristianScience.com, MBELibrary.org, time4thinkers.com, etc., can be found in the Terms of Service or Permissions pages on their respective websites.
This site is provided by The First Church of Christ, Scientist, which was founded by Mary Baker Eddy "... to commemorate the word and works of our Master, which should reinstate primitive Christianity and its lost element of healing."
How to link to our website and guidelines on doing so can be found at http://christianscience.com/terms-and-conditions/permissions under the heading “Linking to christianscience.com.”
JSH-Online is the official website of The Christian Science Journal, Christian Science Sentinel, and The Herald of Christian Science.
Guidelines can be found at http://jsh.christianscience.com/permissions under the heading “Linking to the Service.”
The Christian Science Monitor is an international news organization that delivers thoughtful, global coverage via its website, weekly magazine, daily news briefing, email newsletters, and mobile site.
Guidelines can be found at http://www.CSMonitor.com/About/Terms#linking.
To add RSS feeds from the Monitor, see http://www.csmonitor.com/About/Subscriptions/RSS. RSS feeds are offered to individuals and non-commercial organizations only.
time4thinkers.com is the online expression of “TMC Youth” — The Mother Church’s youth community. TMC Youth seeks to engage a new generation of spiritual thinkers in the activities Eddy established for them, including: Sunday School classes, Christian Science Organizations (CSOs) at colleges and universities, and active church membership.
Guidelines can be found at time4thinkers.com/permissions/.
For specific requests regarding time4thinkers.com and TMCYouth.com materials, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mary Baker Eddy Library website
Please link to www.marybakereddylibrary.org.
To request permission to reproduce copyrighted material from the Library, including images of the Mapparium or other current Library programs, or to ask general questions about the site’s reprint and logo use policies, contact email@example.com.
The CSPS and TFCCS do not generally permit articles, testimonies, or other materials from their websites or publications to be posted on other websites. See www.csmonitor.com/About/Terms#Copyright for information about reusing Monitor content, including on websites, and these directions for reprinting the Monitor's Article on Christian Science, see
Instead, materials from the Christian Science periodicals and products, or other public TFCCS and CSPS websites (JSH-Online, ChristianScience.com, and time4thinkers.com), may be linked to as described in these guidelines, but may not be reproduced or redistributed without permission.
How to reference specific pages
For the citation "SH 4:3" or page 4, line 3 of Science and Health, use the following link:
As you can see you need the path to the chapter in the book where the page appears. Then add the pound sign (#) followed by the letter "s", the page number, an underscore (_), and then the line number for the start of the citation.
For a citation to a head it is a little different. Instead of an "s" use an "h", and instead of the line number use the sequential number of the head on the page. As an example, the citation "SH 142:25" is the first (and only) head on the page so the number one is used. Here is the link: