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The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of HumanityTM
In her true light...
A look at the unpublished writings of Mary Baker Eddy
In September 2002, The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity will open its doors. For the rest of this year, the Sentinel will bring readers selections from the Library's previously unpublished collection of materials.
The following is an excerpt from a letter Mary Baker Eddy wrote in 1906 in response to an inquiry from Minnie Hall Perry, regarding Perry's concern that a picture from another denomination—Roman Catholic in this case—hung in the Denver Christian Science Reading Room.
"Now dear one, trust in God, commit your way to Him. I love the Catholics and the Protestants insomuch as they love God and I love the M.D.s in just this way. Let us all love one another. God bless you and comfort you."
(This excerpt uses modern punctuation and spelling, with the ease of the reader in mind. The complete letter will be available when the Library is open.)
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
Integrity is not an add-on
with contributions from Mark Kimball, Fred French, David K. Martin, Lynne Johnson, Peg Parish
items of interest
with contributions from Michelle Wirth Fellman, Nancy Haught, Lisa M. Bowman, Michael Schrage, Rodger L. Hardy
Morals, morale, and money
Warren Bolon Sentinel Staff
On nations, business, and ethics
AN AWAKENED VIEW OF BETRAYAL
D. K. Simms
Building trust in the real estate business
By Kim Shippey Sentinel Staff
Would you pay back $300,000 if you didn't have to?
Dave Hohle Sentinel Staff
Rebekah Rushing's faith and fundraising
Julie Mahler Sentinel staff
Why you can trust God in business
Prayer helped me keep my job
God's help in a time of severe illness
Allergic reaction vanishes
Marìa Deisy Ortiz Cedano
Injuries quickly healed
No more panic
Quick to pray, quick to heal
Evelyn E. Whitfield
Attention, book readers: slow down