Pioneers in Christian Science offers researchers of the developing years of early Christian Science a valuable resource. Published in 1972 as an unpaginated loose-leaf binder, it enabled the publisher to provide replacement sheets as needed. Each page includes a portrait and brief biographical sketch of one of the selected 125 early workers associated with Mary Baker Eddy between 1866 and 1910.View Annotation
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The “Ecumenical Papers” pamphlet, published in 1969, was prepared for special occasions with representatives of several Protestant churches, including the Christian Science Church. Examples of topics included: ‘The Church’s Redemptive Mission,’ The Resurrection of Jesus,’ ‘Who is God?’ and ‘Sin and Grace.” Theological topics had shifted since Eddy’s day, but basic theological concepts were still valuable for discussion.View Annotation
James Henry Wiggins writes a response to a California clergyman’s critique of Christian Science who denigrated the members’ healing works. Wiggins explains Christian Science as a science, the knowledge of which is a universal spiritual law in consonance with the teachings and healings of Jesus. Wiggins takes on the argument of the clergyman point-by-point, explaining the theology and biblical basis of the faith.View Annotation