LETTERS

With reference to the article "Finding Mary Baker Eddy" by Lesley Gort, in the December 14, 2009, Sentinel ["Mary Baker Eddy—a thinker for all time"], I recalled the following statement in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy: "A book introduces new thoughts, but it cannot make them speedily understood. It is the task of the sturdy pioneer to hew the tall oak and to cut the rough granite. Future ages must declare what the pioneer has accomplished" (p. vii). And it seems the time has come!

Declaring what Mary Baker Eddy has accomplished does not put her on a pedestal any more than it has Abraham, Jacob, Moses, Paul, Martin Luther, Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, or any other of the reformers and leaders throughout history. We want to know about their lives and accomplishments!

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