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Sunday School Notes and Comments
It is very important that the life of our revered Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, be presented to the pupils in the Christian Science Sunday School. Just as the nature of the incorporeal Christ cannot be fully comprehended without acquaintance with the life and character of Jesus, so the understanding of the revelation of Christian Science will lack completeness without an appreciation of the spirituality so evident in the life and character of the revelator, Mary Baker Eddy. The pupils should know that her inspired thought has given to the world the true idea of God, man, and the universe.
The first presentation to the pupils may be our Leader's place as Discoverer of Christian Science. This may be followed by consideration of her activities as demonstrator of this Science, and then as author of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," and other inspired writings. Finally, the presentation should include her achievement in establishing The Mother Church and its related activities, which entitle her to be called "Founder."
EMMA C. SHIPMAN
ROYAL P. MAULSBY
"Be ye transformed"
ANNE H. BROGAN
"The life which I now live"
LIONEL A. HARTSHORNE
The Joy of Testimony Giving
HELEN R. WASEY
GEORGE H. TANGEMAN
The Fourth and Fifth Beatitudes
Mrs. Eddy's Place
The Christian Science Board of Directors
The Simplicity of Metaphysical Practice
Peter V. Ross
Wheat and Chaff
Paul Stark Seeley
I thank God from the depth...
Ethel Ginder Flowers
In one of our much beloved...
It has long been my desire to...
Edward Smith Wells
I have been a student of Christian Science...
Louise P. Williams
Mary Baker Eddy writes in...
Helen McIntyre with contributions from Emily A. Smith
Over five years ago, I completely...
Harold Duncan Summers with contributions from Gertrude Summers
With deep gratitude for all that...
Appreciation of the many blessings...
CHRISTIE L. TERPENING
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Franklin D. Roosevelt, Philip A. Bennett, Edgar Faye Daugherty, John Warren Day, John Short