Bibles of benefit

Did you know that The Mary Baker Eddy Library maintains a collection of historic Bibles, dating back as early as 1534? You can find a selection of them at mbelibrary.org/hbc.

This collection has grown to over 460 volumes. It originated in the 1930s, when British Christian Scientist William Pitfield donated a number of rare Bibles to The Mother Church. He was also aware of other Bibles that he felt the Church might be interested in acquiring. 

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