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Mary Baker Eddy was deeply interested in Bible research and consulted numerous reference works on the Scriptures—here are some references she used.
Mary Baker Eddy quoted several translations in her published works. She was also deeply interested in Bible research and consulted numerous reference works on the Scriptures. See below for a list of the translations that she quotes, as well as books that were in her...
Mary Baker Eddy founded “The Christian Science Monitor” in 1908 with the objective “to injure no man, but to bless all mankind.”
Mary Baker Eddy first considered using marginal headings in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures in 1889, and the 50th edition of the book (published in 1891) was the first to contain them.
The first documented use of this term is found in notes from March 5, 1889, taken by Joshua Bailey during one of Mary Baker Eddy’s classes in Christian Science healing.
Even though Eddy doesn’t fit her era’s image of an environmentalist, she still cared deeply for the environment. She loved animals and nature, and believed that the beauty of the natural world was a reflection of the beauty and majesty of God.
So many people have a deep love for animals. Here’s what the discoverer of Christian Science had to say.
Unfortunately, none were. There is no discussion of film in her papers, so we have no information about why this was not done. However, one of her household workers, John Salchow, wrote in his reminiscence about Eddy being asked to have an audio recording made of her...