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New series to appear in The Christian Science Journal
Mary Baker Eddy: a lifetime of healing
Following the example of Christ Jesus and his apostles, Mary Baker Eddy saw Christian healing as vital to humanity's salvation. Not since the third century A.D. had healing been practiced regularly or systematically in the Christian Church. Mrs. Eddy's healing work was foundational to her discovery of Christian Science and the establishment of The First Church of Christ, Scientist. Over the past two years the Church History department of the Clerk's Office has been gathering together accounts of Mrs. Eddy's healing works from her correspondence, her published writings, the writings and reminiscences of others, and biographies. The result is a preeminent record of healing and a compilation that is still growing.
The January issue of The Christian Science Journal will begin a series of articles focusing on these healings. They start in her childhood and continue through her later years. Hers was a lifetime of healing that spanned almost ninety years.
Sharon Slaton Howell
Is perfection a choice?
Overcoming fear of accidents
Elizabeth Dawn Diffa
Is it safe to rely on God?
Contemporary English Version of the Bible
with contributions from Barclay Newman, Mary Trammell
Rosalie E. Dunbar
with contributions from Nelleke Mack, Susan Mack, Julia Howell
"Joy to the world"
William E. Moody
Out of answers?
A few years ago I received a promotion, necessitating that...
As a teenager, I was not happy with my view of myself
Wilmer M. Turner
My understanding of Christian Science began when I attended...
Helene M. Giffin
In giving a testimony, how does one begin to choose as outstanding...
Sara Wilkes Munroe