The work of Jean McDonald: an appreciation

The work of Jean McDonald: an appreciation

Thirty-five years after the publication of “Mary Baker Eddy and the Nineteenth-Century Public Woman: A Feminist Reappraisal,” guest author Amy Voorhees examines the article’s impact and significance.

Voices of a Global Movement: The building of the Oconto church

Voices of a Global Movement: The building of the Oconto church

Photograph of lumberjacks in Wisconsin, c. 1890s, Courtesy of Chippewa Valley Museum. Along the northwest shore of Lake Michigan, the small town of Oconto, Wisconsin, became a focal point in the history of Christian Science. About 2,600 people resided there in 1870,...