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Miscellaneous Writings 1883-1896

By: Mary Baker Eddy
Narrated by: The Christian Science Publishing Society
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Between 1883-1896, Mary Baker Eddy wrote many articles, letters, and poems to support and encourage the growing membership of the Christian Science church she founded. Many were first published in The Christian Science Journal. Mary Baker Eddy published them as this separate book, Miscellaneous Writings. She suspended all Christian Science teaching for one year, urging the study of this book in its place.  

Chapters include “Questions and Answers,” “One Cause and Effect,” and personal statements from individuals healed by listening to Science and Health.

Public Domain (P)2007 The Christian Science Board of Directors

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