Finding Mary Baker Eddy in her writings

As the decades roll by since Mrs. Eddy's lifetime, questions that arise about her place in relation to Christian Science demand and deserve answers. But where should we look for those answers? Should we look to the fragments or personal recollections—no matter how precious—of her early followers? Or should we look to Mrs. Eddy's own writings?

Mrs. Eddy opines, "Those who look for me in person, or elsewhere than in my writings, lose me instead of find me." The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 120.

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