Mary Baker Eddy

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founder of Christian Science in 1866 (1821-1910)

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The quotation is from Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures (Boston, MA: The First Church of Christ, Scientist, 1875; reprint, 1994), p.
WHETHER I ever become a successful practitioner or not," Ursula Gestefeld wrote to Mary Baker Eddy in June 1884, "I feel a happiness in the study of [Christian Science] which I never felt before in my life; I have always been vaguely seeking for something I lacked or wanted, and now I feel as if I had that which makes life full and round.
Mary Baker Eddy established the Church of Christ, Scientist in 1879 after the success of her 1875 published book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
Mary Baker Eddy, the only American woman to found a major religious denomination, Christian Science.
Gaddis layers his exposition with voices--Alexander Solzhenitsyn, John Maynard Keynes, Mary Baker Eddy, to name a few--and unattributed references to flesh out his highly charged observations.
Mary Baker Eddy saw Jesus as the "most scientific man that ever trod the globe" and not surprisingly went on to found the Christian Science movement.
CHRISTIAN Science was founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1866.
Eddy has been subjected to the ultimate indignity: Gillian Gill's Mary Baker Eddy, a 752-page self-declared postmodern feminist biography bearing claims of "unparalleled access" to the same archives.
Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science, is revered as a revealer of basic truths that lay hidden in the Bible.
No scholar has written as perceptively about Mary Baker Eddy and the development of Christian Science, which she strategically links with Freud.
Since the Christian Science church was founded over a century ago by Mary Baker Eddy, Christian Scientists have been locked in a struggle with the medical profession.
Stoneley's final two objects of scrutiny are Mark Twain's fictionalized characterizations of Mary Baker Eddy and Isabel Lyon, his personal secretary from 1902 to 1909.
The appearance of Mary Baker Eddy, with her publication, Science and Health, launched the Christian Science Church.
Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Mary Baker Eddy Library, Museum of Science, New England Aquarium, Peabody Essex Museum, South Shore Music Theater, and many more.