One of the original authors of “Mary Baker Eddy: Christian Healer” discusses and responds to questions about the subsequent amplified edition of this bestselling book. This new edition includes many more documented records of Eddy’s healing work, and presents her life story as a narrative of healing.
Author Gillian Gill discusses her biographies on Mary Baker Eddy, Florence Nightingale, Queen Victoria, and Agatha Christie, exploring how these women navigated success in a male-dominated society.
Rev. Dr. Carl Scovel on “Translating the Bible—Art, Accuracy, and Faith.” Dr. Scovel was minister at King’s Chapel in Boston for over 30 years. He currently participates in the Unitarian Universalist Spiritual Directors’ Network.
Rev. Kaia Stern, Ph.D. on “The Bible and Liberty and Justice for All.” Dr. Stern’s background is in the field of transformative justice. She is an interfaith minister and directs the Prison Studies Project at Harvard University.
Rev. Anne Robertson, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Bible Society, addresses the issue of “Taking the Bible Seriously, but Not Literally.” She drew the title of her talk from Marcus Borg’s book “Reading the Bible Again for the First Time: Taking the Bible Seriously but Not Literally.”