Watch the replay of our discussion which explored one faith tradition within the larger context of military ministry. For Christian Scientists—as for all denominations—chaplaincy requires a capacity to respond to the spiritual and emotional needs of individuals from all faith perspectives, drawing on the foundation of one’s own beliefs.
Building on its webcast from September 12, The Mary Baker Eddy Library hosted another discussion inspired by the conference held in Antwerp, Belgium, this past April, on “Evolutions of Christian Science in Scholarly Perspective.”
This latest program focused on the influence of Christian Science in Great Britain in the spheres of modern art and women in politics.
Listen to an international panel discussion on Christian Science history.*
In late April, scholars from North America and Europe gathered in Antwerp, Belgium, for a conference on “The Evolutions of Christian Science in Scholarly Perspective.” The Library now welcomes three of the major participants for an online discussion about papers given at the conference and the importance of new scholarship about Christian Science.
On June 13 at 2pm join The Mary Baker Eddy Library for a follow-up to the Library’s Annual Meeting program held the previous weekend. Staff members Jonathon Eder, Steve Graham, Mike Hamilton, and Judy Huenneke will discuss their work in researching and creating the June 6 event “Building on the foundation of Christ-healing: From the Collections at The Mary Baker Eddy Library.”
Dr. David Holland, a Research Fellow at The Mary Baker Eddy Library and Associate Professor of North American Religious History at the Harvard Divinity School, and Mike Davis, Senior Researcher at The Mary Baker Eddy Library, held an online audiocast discussion, with questions from the public, on how The Mary Baker Eddy Library collections are bringing about new understanding of Mary Baker Eddy.