A spiritual journey to religious truth

Mary Baker Eddy: Speaking for Herself combines two autobiographical works: Retrospection and Introspection (1891), as well as the never-before-printed Footprints Fadeless (1901–02).

Why tell the story of one's life? Mary Baker Eddy's narrative includes elements of a classic spiritual autobiography, a first-hand account of God's work in and through the life of one person. In such accounts, the journey toward self-knowledge and the journey toward knowledge of God are one. The individual's true identity is revealed through the revelation of God's purpose and call.

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