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Places in history

In July I was in Kansas City, and made it a point to visit the Harry S.


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Mary Baker Eddy—working woman

This look at a 19th-century woman from a 21st-century perspective highlights the accomplishments of the Sentinel's founder, who never stopped working but rather widened the scope of her activity with each passing year.
In this passage from her book Science and Health, Mary Baker Eddy wrote about the limitless possibilities available to anyone who applies the universal laws of God to their individual lives: ".

A home of her own

Two Massachusetts houses where Mary Baker Eddy lived, when she was writing Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures and organizing the Church of Christ, Scientist, provide special insights into her life and work.

Publishing a life-purpose

Virginia Harris, chairman of the trustees of The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity, talks about the new landmark's genesis, design, and development.

A world connected and shaped by ideas

Mapparium. You won't find the word in a dictionary, but it's the name of the one-of-a-kind walk-in glass globe at the Mary Baker Eddy Library. This work of art has recently undergone restoration and enhancements.
A tale of two autobiographies by Mary Baker Eddy—one in print for many years, the other just debuting—now appearing together in a single volume.

The power of ideas to transform lives

A report on the uncoming opening weekend of The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity.
"Truth, in Mrs.

Mary Baker Eddy's contemporaries

The list of noteworthy historical figures who lived at the same time as the Sentinel's founder is long. Here's just a small sampling.

— 100 years ago

Selected excerpts from tributes to Mary Baker Eddy that the Sentinel printed following her passing on December 3, 1910.
Testimony of Healing

I read Science and Health again from cover to cover, and this time I saw that I had been healed by the divine Principle.

Testimony of Healing

Sudden, happy healing

I would like to tell how I became a Christian Scientist.
Testimony of Healing
Many years ago when I was a young girl around 11, a kind neighbor offered Christian Science to my mother, who was a single parent with a full-time job outside the home.
This issue paints the portrait of an extraordinary 19th-century woman—Mary Baker Eddy.

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