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Whatever may be the opinion of the world at large upon...
Philadelphia Public Ledger
Whatever may be the opinion of the world at large upon the doctrines inculcated by the church of which she was the Founder, it is a question whether Mary Baker Eddy in the building up of this organization of half a million fervently loyal adherents has not outdone the achievement of any other woman who ever lived. There has been many a woman who "led her soul, her cause, her clan" to the accomplishment of a great humanitarian undertaking—who notably contributed to the promotion of temperance, to the amelioration of the lot of slaves or prisoners, to the effectiveness of missionary labor in the domestic or the foreign field, or to the alleviatory ministration to invalids in hospitals in war-time or in times of peace. The world has quite recently been called upon to mourn the passing of two such women—Florence Nightingale and Julia Ward Howe, both of whom were of approximately the age of Mrs. Eddy when they obeyed the summons of the invisible. But Mrs. Eddy was more than philanthropist and humanitarian. To create such a church and to inspire a following so numerous and so devoted, Mrs. Eddy must have been a woman of altogether extraordinary personal endowments.
"JUDGE RIGHTEOUS JUDGMENT."
John B. Willis
THE "FINISHER OF OUR FAITH."
Annie M. Knott
AMONG THE CHURCHES
with contributions from Mary Baker Eddy, Mrs. H.M. Mason
with contributions from J. L. Van Derwerker, Richard W. Irwin, George C. Mastin, Charles Hillman Brough, Robert F. Leavens, Hugh Morrow, S. P. Kaier
It is with great pleasure that I add my testimony to the...
William A. Bonshor
For the benefit of those who are sick and in trouble, who...
Bessie M. Grout
The outward manifestations of God's goodness in physical...
Edith E. Brown
Although "mine enemies"—my mortal thoughts and...
Sadie M. Evarts
I wish to tell briefly what Christian Science has done...
F. Leslie Meeker
It is surely due that I return thanks for the many blessings...
A. Vernon Ransdell
Many good things have come to me through Christian Science...
For many years I had suffered from nervousness and...
E. J. Crymble
It is with sincere gratitude for the many blessings which...
Margaret F. Crowson
I first heard of Christian Science through the healing...
In September, 1909, our little girl, four years old, was...
Hattie D. Cleland
THE KEY TO THE SCRIPTURES
MARY HICKS VAN DER BURGH
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from Washington Gladden, R. J. Campbell, Harold Begbie, Pemberton Hale Cressey