The Mary Baker Eddy Library: A Valuable Resource for the Researcher
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The Principia Archives collects, organizes, and maintains the institutional archives for The Principia, a private educational institution serving preschool through college students.
Longyear Museum is an independent historical museum dedicated to advancing the understanding of the life and work of Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science.
The Marlene F. Johnson Memorial Fund
The Marlène F. Johnson Fund supports scholarly work relating to a religious body that has shared in contemporary life for over 130 years. Through research initiatives and project grants, the Fund seeks to foster an environment in which serious research and fresh insight on this spiritual tradition can flourish
‘Independent Christian Scientists’ are people who sincerely found value in Christian Science and then felt a need to keep moving in some way that did not fit with the specific trajectory of the Christian Science Church. The wide variety of their writings indicate how broadly Christian Science has influenced thinkers, healers, and religious communities, especially the English-speaking world. There has always been tension within the Church between the need to conserve the integrity of Eddy’s vision and to provide creative space for its members to innovate, including alternative interpretations of the Bible and Eddy’s writings. Click here view a list of the annotated resources in this category or visit links below for more information on the ‘Independents.’
These two works are provided in their entirety to represent the depth and breadth of the annotated scholarly works.
Gottschalk, Stephen. “Theodicy after Auschwitz and the Reality of God.” Union Seminary Quarterly Review XLI, no. 3 & 4 (1987): 77–99.
Simon, Katie. “Mary Baker Eddy’s Pragmatic Transcendental Feminism.” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 38, no. 4 (2009): 377–98.
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