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1908/1910 Chestnut Hill home—400 Beacon Street, Newton, Massachusetts. Here Mrs. Eddy completed work on the Manual of The Mother Church and brought to fruition the publishing of the daily newspaper The Christian Science Monitor. An exhibit traces Mrs. Eddy's role as Founders and Leader of the Christian Science movement—preaching, teaching, writing, and commenting on issues still current.
1875-1882 Lynn home—12 Broad Street, Lynn, Massachusetts. Here Mrs. Eddy completed her manuscript for Science and Health with key to the Scriptures. This is also where she initiated many foundational steps in establishing the Christian Science movement, including the formation of the Christian Science Association, the Church of Christ, Scientist and the Massachusetts Metaphysical College. Here also Mrs. Eddy was ordained as Pastor of her Church.
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God loves His creation
The people of Israel had never been so affluent as...
J. B. Phillips
A portrait of the Artist
Joanne Mazna Garinger
Creation: spiritual and wholly good
Ethel E. Tory
Is there an answer to incurability?
The value of persistent prayer
Martin K. Budu-Kwatiah
You can stop smoking
Rita B. Maurer
The environment we all share
"If God's willing and the creeks don't rise"
Michael D. Rissler
One of the first Christian Science healings I witnessed was the...
Winifred Evelyn Burley
With humility and rejoicing, I submit this testimony
Cynthia M. Barnum
I woke one morning with the words of Hymn 207, written by...
Melodia D. de Evans
Some years ago a lump appeared on my face that was quite obvious
Neal D. Ivey, Jr.
As a schoolteacher, I reached a point where I felt burned out
Robert J. Carino