Mary Baker Eddy: The Years of Authority by Robert Peel

The final volume in Robert Peel's groundbreaking trilogy of the Discoverer, Founder, and Leader of Christian Science covers the years 1892 to 1910.

The last years of Mrs. Eddy's life (1892 - 1910) witnessed the triump of Christian Science over some of the harshest crticism and severest crises that the new religious movement had yet encountered. In this years, Mrs. Eddy formed The Mother Church in Boston, saw her movement spread to Europe and around the world, wrestled with the problem of spiritual authority in an increasingly secular society, and in 1908 founded The Christian Science Monitor.

Paperbound. 528 pages.