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Manuale de La Chiesa Madre // Manual of The Mother Church (Italian)

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Italian translation of Manual of The Mother Church by Mary Baker Eddy.

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In questo breve testo, Mary Baker Eddy stabilisce le basi, il governo, i culti e le attività de La Prima Chiesa del Cristo, Scientista, a Boston, Massachusetts, USA, e fornisce le linee guida per l’auto-governo dei singoli membri della chiesa. Riferendosi al Manuale, essa scrive: «Di questo sono certa: che ogni regola e statuto in questo Manuale aumenterà la spiritualità di colui che vi obbedisce, rafforzerà la sua capacità di guarire i malati, di consolare i sofferenti e di risvegliare i peccatori» (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, pag. 230).

Edizione bilingue, include il testo inglese a fronte. (Currently it is in Spanish: Edición bilingüe con texto en inglés en las páginas opuestas.)

In this concise book, Mary Baker Eddy establishes the foundation, government, services, and activities of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, and provides the guidelines for self-government of individual church members. In referring to the Manual, she writes, “Of this I am sure, that each Rule and By-law in this Manual will increase the spirituality of him who obeys it, invigorate his capacity to heal the sick, to comfort such as mourn, and to awaken the sinner” (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 230).

Bilingual edition with English on facing pages.

0.581 lbs/9.296oz
276 pages"
  • ISBN: 9780879521813

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