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Delve deeper into the books
110 years ago, Mary Baker Eddy approved the first complete Concordance to Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. Albert F. Conant, the compiler, poured meticulous care into every detail, providing an invaluable study resource for all sincere seekers of Truth. Today, we are happy to announce this tradition continues with the latest release of Concord 2.0. Now, you can benefit from the same commitment to making these inspiring ideas accessible and dig deeper into your own spiritual study.
Jen McLaughlin (Publisher’s Agent, Mary Baker Eddy’s Writings) best describes the goal of this product in the April Journal News @ CSPS article “The new Concord—at your fingertips,” “The main purpose of Concord is simple: It’s to help readers delve into the books—the Bible and Mary Baker Eddy’s writings. It’s not a tool exclusively for Readers at branch churches or Christian Science practitioners and teachers. Its reach is wide—a research and study tool for everyone. These books are filled with healing ideas about God and man, ideas that are beautifully interlaced and mutually supportive.”
There is something for everyone inside.
- Discover new uses of familiar words.
- Follow golden threads of ideas that seamlessly weave between the Bible and Mary Baker Eddy’s writings.
- Keep track of favorite verses and add your own annotations.
- Create a new set of readings and have the freedom to reorder them to best deliver your message.
The Concord team is always striving to provide you the most useful tools for your study. Currently, there are four ways to digitally search the King James Version of the Bible and Mrs. Eddy's published works.
- Concord Express (Public) - Limited to simple search functionality, this is available on every page of JSH-Online and is accessible to the public as well as to subscribers. It also powers links to the Bible and Mrs. Eddy’s writings found within JSH-Online articles.
- Concord Online (14-day free trial, $5.99/month thereafter) - This extends the functionality available in Concord Express with hymn tunes, cross references between the Bible and Mrs. Eddy’s writings, and unlimited annotating and highlighting.
- Concord Mobile (Available with a Concord Online subscription) - Optimized for small screens and tablets, this streamlined version of Concord Online allows you to quickly search and share inspiration on the go.
- Concord Desktop ($325) - Installed on your personal computer, this version has the same functionality as Concord Online, but does not require a connection to the Internet. Licenses for two computers are included.
Now, no matter where inspiration strikes you, your spiritual toolkit is always available. For details, assistance, resources, and general information about Concord, visit concord.christianscience.com.