Mary Baker Eddy


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founder of Christian Science in 1866 (1821-1910)

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Abstract: The anide explores the extents of analysis between contemporary Gnostic grammar in the American religion and the spiritual healing experiences, by studying the Mary Baker Eddy 's Christian Science, at XIX middle centuiy.
1) For an example of Eddy's views on biblical exhortation for healing, see Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures (Boston, MA: The First Church of Christ, Scientist, 1875; repr.
Mary Baker Eddy was the founder of the religio-medical sect that claimed that all physical suffering was the product of erroneous beliefs in physical matter.
Late in 1888, a swift and public rift occurred between Mary Baker Eddy and her student Ursula N.
1821: Mary Baker Eddy, the US religious leader who founded the Christian Science movement, was born.
Covering interpretations on texts of terror and on Pauline hierarchical texts, they examine such topics as the articles by Robert Knetsch and Amand Benckhuysen on trusting in the God of their fathers, Judges 11 in the thought of Arcangela Tarabotti (1604-52), 19th-century feminist responses to the laws in the Pentateuch, Antoinette Brown Blackwell as a pioneering exegete and Congregational minister, Lucy Meyer's biblical interpretation and the deaconess movement, and Mary Baker Eddy as a liberating interpreter of the Pauline corpus.
Throughout, Porter traces the contrasting roles that Sarah Orne Jewett and Mary Baker Eddy imaginatively represented for Cather and the echoes of these two figures in her fiction.
In other front-page news, George Glover, son of Mary Baker Eddy, was visiting Denver: "Hale, hearty, active, although nearly 63 years old, he is a good advertisement for his mother's cult.
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.
La curacion de enfermos por medio de la oracion no es milagrosa, opino Rivas; es algo que podemos aprender a hacer por la ciencia del cristianismo, la que ha sido re-descubierta por Mary Baker Eddy, autora del libro "Ciencia y salud" (Science and Health).
Mary Baker Eddy, the only American woman to found a major religious denomination, Christian Science.
Announcing Summer 2004 Fellowships at the Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston.
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.
This happened toward the end of the nineteenth century in the United States and was manifested in two new religions indicative of a larger religious movement: the Christian Science of Mary Baker Eddy and the Theosophy of Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.