MARY BAKER EDDY AN HONEST INVESTIGATOR

THERE WASN'T A SEAT TO BE HAD IN THE Hall of Ideas on the evening of October 9 when The Mary Baker Eddy Library presented the third installment in its series "Arts and Sciences in 19th-Century America: The Cultural and Intellectual World of Mary Baker Eddy."

In this program, professors of history, science, and philosophy discussed the importance of science to 19th-century American thought and culture, with particular emphasis on the relationship between science and religion.

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