The publication of An Annotated Bibliography of Academic and Other Literature on Christian Science in 2021 marks 200 years since Mary Baker Eddy’s birth.
The primary annotators—Shirley Paulson, Helen Mathis and Linda Bargmann—offer the book as their contribution to the ongoing effort to understand the multiple dimensions of the life of Mary Baker Eddy and her Church.
The book presents a large index of literature in a central location in hopes of making it easier to engage in scholarly research.
The book was published and widely distributed in 2021, with the online bibliography going live in 2022.
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In 2021, Scholarly Works on Christian Science published the hardcopy annotated bibliography created by Shirley Paulson, Helen Mathis and Linda Bargmann.
Organized by topic, the literature reflects on Christian Science in light of the Bible, religion, philosophy, theology, feminist perspectives, cultural and social studies, spiritual healing, church polity and controversies. Perfect for university and personal libraries, even Christian Science Reading Rooms have purchased the book for reference.
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Linda has researched early Christian Science history since The Mary Baker Eddy Library opened, giving presentations to Christian Science churches across the country.
Helen Mathis has an MA in Biblical Studies and Christian History from the Pacific School of Religion (part of the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA).
She spent three years as Director for the Center for Scriptural Studies in Manchester Center, VT, followed by three years teaching religion at Principia College.
Helen was the managing editor of a Bible study curriculum project and has actively presented Bible workshops around the country for the past 20 years.
Shirley Paulson holds a PhD in Religion and Theology from the University of Birmingham (UK).
Paulson has worked for The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, MA, in the capacities of Head of Ecumenical Affairs, Board of Lectureship, Committee on Publication for Illinois, Regional Monitor Circulation Manager, and Christian Science practitioner.
Shirley has published book chapters and articles in academic journals, and her book, Illuminating the Secret Revelation of John, was published in 2022 by Cascade.
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