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Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy was unquestionably one of the...
Washington (D. C.) Herald
Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy was unquestionably one of the most remarkable women of her time. She must have possessed unusual qualities to inspire so large a body of followers as she controlled; she must have had a remarkable mind in order to formulate a new doctrine which should prove sufficiently powerful to cause Christian Science churches to be erected in practically every city in the United States. But we are quite sure that the great secret of Mrs. Eddy's success lay in the sanity and reasonableness of the doctrines she promulgated.
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THE CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST AND HIS CHURCH
THE RIGHT CONCEPT
IDA BOGARDUS ZUFELT
THE CORRECTION OF MISTAKES
"COMFORT YE MY PEOPLE"
CLARA A. COWLING
APPRECIATION OF THE HEALING TRUTH
HENRY COLBORN SMITH
"THEY SHALL BE FILLED"
EMMA K. S. SAWYER
"WE HAVE SEEN HIS STAR"
ELLA CLEMENT DAVIES
THE CHRISTIANITY OF THE MASTER
Annie M. Knott
THE REDEMPTIVE IDEA
John B. Willis
with contributions from S. K. Stevenson, Frank Bell, Arthur T. Morey, Herbert J. N. de Salis, C. A. Snyder, Floyd Triggs
At the age of twenty-one I became ill, and at twenty-six...
Frau Auguste Lindemann
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I wish to tell...
Christian Science was first brought to my notice more...
Alzaria Burwell Case
In March, 1906, I became interested in Christian Science,...
Kate Mary Sargent
I am much pleased to give a testimony of my healing in...
For nearly six years my sincere desire has been to serve...
Mabel C. Phillips
I wish to give my testimony to the healing power of...
Sigrid Ewerlöf with contributions from Sonia Ewerlöf
I have every reason to be grateful for Christian Science
May Dickson with contributions from Mary Dickson
For a long time I have been impressed with a desire to...
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