In 1925, Mary Baker Eddy’s prose writings other than Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures and the Manual of the Mother Church were brought together in a single volume entitled Prose Works. These writings - a collection of addresses, letters, sermons, and articles - give valuable insights into her role as Founder and Leader of the Christian Science Church and strengthen the reader’s spiritual perspective of life as a practicing Christian. The author, Mary Baker Eddy, questioned many conventional views about mankind’s relationship to God and for years searched the Bible for answers. In 1866, in need of healing, she was led to discovery of the divine law of Truth in Christ Jesus’ teachings - the law which she later named Christian Science. From that time forward, her life goal was to share this healing truth with others. Between 1866 and 1910, Mrs. Eddy wrote Science and Health and other writings on Christian Science and founded the Church of Christ, Scientist, and its periodicals, including The Christian Science Monitor, an international daily newspaper. This compilation of Mary Baker Eddy’s prose is also available as three separate volumes in both print and audio: Miscellaneous Writings 1883-1896, Collected Shorter Writings, and The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany.
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