Selected testimonies of healing from early Christian Science periodicals (1889-1922).
Christian Science in East Germany: The Church that Came in from the Cold by Gregory Sandford
Former diplomat Dr. Gregory Sandford spins a compelling tale of Christian Science during the Cold War.
Christian Science Military Ministry, 1917-2004 by Kim M. Schuette
This history of the ministry of the Church of Christ, Scientist, to service members from the latter part of World War I to Desert Storm includes accounts of reliance on God for guidance and deliverance.
Images of America: Stoughton
Island of Peace in an Ocean of Unrest: The Letters of Dorothy von Moltke by Catherine R. Hammond
Published for the first time in English, Countess von Moltke's letters capture the life of the elite on a large estate in Silesia. Part Two tells of Dorothy and Helmut von Moltke's life in Christian Science.
Lectures and Articles on Christian Science by Edward A. Kimball
A collection of lectures and writings by Edward A. Kimball, an early Christian Science lecturer and teacher.
Mark as a Story: An Introduction to the Narrative of a Gospel
The 30th anniversary edition of this classic introduction to the power of the Gospel of Mark’s story incorporates significant advances in Bible scholarship.
Mary Baker Eddy and Her Books by William Dana Orcutt
William Dana Orcutt recounts his personal experiences with Mrs. Eddy as the printer of her books.
Notes on the Miracles of Our Lord by Richard Chenevix Trench
Originally published in 1846, this reprint of the 1908 edition by a beloved Bible scholar, poet, and clergyman explores the healings of Christ Jesus, and is a companion volume to Notes on the Parables of our Lord.
Notes on the Parables of Our Lord by Richard Chenevix Trench
Originally published in 1841, this reprint of the 1860 edition by a beloved Bible scholar, poet, and clergyman explores the parables of Christ Jesus, and is a companion volume to Notes on the Miracles of Our Lord.
Paper Boy to Pulitzer, A Newsman's Journey by John Hughes
An intimate memoir by John Hughes, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and former editor of The Christian Science Monitor.
Poganuc People by Harriet Beecher Stowe
Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, based this book on her own experience growing up in the village of Litchfield, Connecticut. A contemporary of Mary Baker Eddy’s, Stowe’s fictional account of her early years has much to offer students of Mrs. Eddy’s life, including poetic descriptions of rural New England, a glimpse into the religion and politics of an early 19th-century town, and charming views of a close-knit family much like the Bakers of Bow, New Hampshire.
Subject Guide to Bible Stories
Long a favorite reference book for readers, Sunday School teachers, and Bible students wishing to find a story that illustrates a particular subject or theme, the Subject Guide to Bible Stories provides a wealth of inspiration.
The Christian Science Monitor: Its History, Mission, and People by Keith S. Collins
Keith S. Collins offers a fresh look at the many people and events that have shaped the history of The Christian Science Monitor since its inception in 1908.
The Greatest Thing in the World by Henry Drummond
Mary Baker Eddy was familiar with this address on love, written by Henry Drummond in 1884.
The History of Christianity by John C. Abbott
John S. C. Abbott's "The History of Christianity : consisting of the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth , the adventures of Paul and the apostles, and the most interesting events in the progress of Christianity from the earliest period to the present time." 1872.
The Isotropic View by Barbara Cook Spencer
A collection of 24 essays by Barbara Cook Spencer, accompanied by reproductions of her paintings and jewelry.
The Ultimate Freedom by John H. Wyndham
John H. Wyndham spent three years as a Japanese prisoner of war during World War II. This stirring account illustrates what the practice of Christian Science meant to the author in the most trying circumstances.
The Wartime Diaries of Chaplain Richard H. Chase by Kim M. Schuette
Richard Chase was a Christian Science practitioner and Committee on Publication for Rhode Island who went on to serve as a highly-decorated Army chaplain during World War II. These diaries chronicle his experiences and healing ministry during the global conflict.
Triumph of Job by Dr. Laura C. Pleming
Bible scholar and teacher Dr. Laura C. Pleming presents an appealing analysis of Job and the compelling drama of his search for God.
Walking Between the Times: Paul's Moral Reasoning by J. Paul Sampley
J. Paul Sampley, a New Testament professor emeritus from Boston University, provides a guidebook for readers who want to understand the Apostle Paul's thought world.
We Knew Mary Baker Eddy, Expanded Edition, Volume I
Twenty-two inspiring accounts by individuals who knew the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.
We Knew Mary Baker Eddy, Expanded Edition, Volume II
Captivating first-hand accounts of 22 individuals who knew the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.