This 1,214-page scrapbook of Stetson’s own writings is the basis of her self-defense against the accusations and ultimate excommunication from her teacher, Mary Baker Eddy. Stetson blames her own disloyal students and others for attempting to destroy her and her work, while she (Stetson) remained loyal and loving toward Eddy.View Annotation
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Reminiscences, Sermons, and Correspondence: Proving Adherence to the Principle of Christian Science as Taught by Mary Baker Eddy, 1884-1913
Sermons Which Spiritually Interpret the Scriptures and Other Writings on Christian Science
Stetson’s scrap-book type collection is a rich resource for primary documents related to the intense relationship of devotion and ultimate excommunication between Stetson and her teacher, Mary Baker Eddy. The first chapter is a review of Stetson’s ordeal with the Church. Pictures of the two women illustrate the contrast between Stetson’s preference for ‘the crown’ and Eddy’s preference for ‘the cross.’View Annotation
Vital Issues in Christian Science: A Record of Unsettled Questions which arose in the Year 1909, between the Directors of The Mother Church and First Church of Christ, Scientist, New York City
Stetson’s 405-page book is compiled by the New York City Christian Science Institute, with Stetson as its Principal, and serves as her defense against her excommunication from The Mother Church and her New York Church. The book includes the seven accusations from the Christian Science Board of Directors and the New York Church Committee’s efforts to vindicate Stetson.View Annotation