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母教会の規範 (電子書籍) / Manual of The Mother Church (Japanese Translation — eBook Edition) - PDF ONLY


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母教会の規範 (電子書籍) / Manual of The Mother Church (Japanese Translation — eBook Edition) - PDF ONLY

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この簡潔な本のなかで、メリー・ベーカー・エディは、米国マサチューセッツ州ボストン市所在、第一科学者キリスト教会の基盤、統治制度、公益事業、諸活動などを打ち立て、また教会員一人一人が自らを統治できるよう、指針を与えています。彼女は、この『規範』に言及して、次のように述べています:「この『規範』の中の規則と内規の一つ一つが、それに従う者の霊性を増し、病人を癒し、悲しむ者を慰め、また罪人を目覚めさせる能力を高めることを、私は確信している」(The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 230)。


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.

PDF - 69 MB

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