Mary Baker Eddy And The Puritans

Mary Baker Eddy Library – Mary Baker Eddy and the Puritans

Early this month the Mary Baker Eddy Library website posted a podcast highlighting Dr. David Hall, author of The Puritans: A Transatlantic History (2019): How should we view the Puritans, and their religious and cultural legacy? This episode explores that question with Dr. David Hall, author of The Puritans: A Transatlantic History (2019). As he explains, there […]

A Landmark To Celebrate

Christian Science Sentinel – A landmark to celebrate

The Christian Science Sentinel posted an article by Ethel A. Baker titled, A landmark to celebrate. The article chooses two selections from Mary Baker’s writings to help celebrate 100 years of the ratification to the 19th amendment: August 18 marked one hundred years since the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified, guaranteeing women’s […]

Mary Baker Eddy Library – Women of History: Miyo Matsukata

This month the Mary Baker Eddy Library website highlights a woman by the name of Miyo Matsukata. This blog celebrates women in history: Miyo Matsukata (1891–1984) was one of the first Japanese Christian Scientists. Dedicated to shepherding a newfound religion in an adopted country, she drew on her faith and unique cross-cultural background, challenging opposition […]

Women of History: Lilian Whiting

Mary Baker Eddy Library – Women of History: Lilian Whiting

The Mary Baker Eddy Library website blog highlights a woman by the name of Lilian Whiting. This blog celebrates women in history: Lilian Whiting (1847–1942) was a journalist and author who covered women’s roles in the community and in the advancement of society. Perhaps not surprisingly her interest led her to Mary Baker Eddy, who […]

Webcast — A Spiritual Revolution: The Quest To Experience God

Ever wondered if there was more to life than what you were experiencing? Are you wanting more than just to hear about God? The Healing 101 Series is hosting a free online webcast by Giulia Nesi, CSB — from Fairfield, Connecticut on March 26, 2019 at 7:30pm (Pacific Standard Time). Register for this free live […]

Gender, Spirituality, and the Architecture of The Mother Church

The Mary Baker Eddy Library website has a recent Seekers and Scholars Podcast titled, Gender, Spirituality, and the Architecture of The Mother Church. The podcast guest is Dr. Jeanne Halgren Kilde, Director of the Religious Studies Program at the University of Minnesota. This episode explores the two edifices of The Mother Church on the Christian […]

Storytime in the Book Nook: Mercy

Mary Baker Eddy Library – Storytime in the Book Nook: Mercy

The Mary Baker Eddy Library website has a series titled, Storytime in the Book Nook. If you have not yet checked out this series, it consists of tales about colorful characters that are read from various books. The series takes place every first and third Tuesday of the month and is recommended for bookworms ages 5 […]

Two lectures Saturday November 10th

On Saturday November 10th there are two wonderful lectures you will not want to miss! Please join us for a free lecture by Josh Niles, CSB, titled “The law of harmony and Christian Science healing” on Saturday November 10th at 10:00 AM. This lecture will take place at: Celebration Garden at the  McGovern Centennial Gardens 1500 Hermann […]

Mary Baker Eddy’s Attleborough lecture

Mary Baker Eddy Library – Mary Baker Eddy’s Attleborough lecture

The Mary Baker Eddy Library Website has an online series titled From the Collections. The most recent addition is Mary Baker Eddy’s Attleborough lecture. This article describes her 1881 lecture in Attleborough: Located forty miles southwest of Boston, Attleborough, Massachusetts, played its little-known part in the expanding Christian Science movement. In the early 1880s the town was […]

Christian Science Monitor – Harmony and diversity, together

This morning Myriam Betouche published an article on the Christian Science Monitor website discussing the spiritual basis for valuing ourselves and each other while thriving together. Inspired by her country, she goes on to state: In the wake of France’s celebration as two-time champion of the soccer World Cup (1998 and 2018), many are surfing […]