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What is Christian Science treatment?    Absolute acknowledgment of present perfection.
Quote by Mary Baker Eddy - Blue book p.247 (See Richard F. Oakes under Author)
  "I was a scribe under orders." 
  Clara Barton, Founder of The American Red Cross,
talks about Mary Baker Eddy and Christian Science
Clara Barton Talks About Mary Baker Eddy
Healings from reading Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
Christian Science Healings - 101 pages
  What is Christian Science?  
Christian Science is the explication of Truth, reducing to human apprehension and demonstration the infinite Principle, divine Love, God-manifested in the annihilation of sin, sickness, and death.
Christian Science is Christ Science, or Immanuel knowledge, and involves the ultimate of all reason, revelation and inspiration.
 Quote of Mary Baker Eddy published in the Redbook page 73 compiled by Richard F. Oakes
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  Yvonne Reus  
The Comforter Physics to Metaphysics   Yvonne Reus
Yvonne Reuss - The Comforter Physicists have discovered a truth about reality that eliminates the conflict between science, religion, and medicine. This discovery utterly demolishes the universal belief in “matter.” It ushers in a new view of reality where the things we see as being “out there” are now known to be in our mind, or consciousness, under our control.

Since the science is universal, mind, or consciousness, must be also. We determine, with our mind, what appears to be “out there.” Of course, this amazing fact has been the actual truth of universal science all along! Accepting it as fact changes literally everything for mankind. So why, I ask, aren’t physicists out there in public, holding seminars, speaking to colleges, classrooms, doctors, religious leaders, TV ads, etc., flooding the world with the wonderful ramifications of their discovery? Could it possibly be that they have not yet fully grasped them?

For instance, their discovery explains “miracles.” There really aren’t any! Nothing is done without mind. My spiritual beliefs, which are based on the teachings of Christian Science, have long held that the mind, or consciousness of the universe, is Mind, God.
 Having used this “new physics” of mind science for many years, I have seen it proven in my own and others’ lives. We can know that the circumstances of our lives are subject to the ever-operative Science of the universe…this Science being what man has long called God. The Bible [I use the King James Version] is full of this science, now believed to be “miracles” by most people. I look into the Bible stories from the “new science” point of view. I also investigate the life of Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science. Her revelation of the Science of Mind came to her before today’s physicists’ discovery. Using the wonderful Science, she healed hundreds and taught others how to do it using the same Truth. This Christian Science brought science and religion together for the first time, with huge consequences for mankind. My goal and endeavor with this book is to introduce you to the little known Universal Science, discovered by the physicists and Mrs. Eddy, which is impinging itself upon mortal beliefs with its saving message.  
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  Peggy M. Brook  
The Line of Light   Peggy M. Brook

"At certain stages in the development of the vast complex of unfolding Truth, it is of value to trace its main line of development from the point when it dawned on the human scene until the present moment. To itself Truth always has been and always will be infinitely complete and fulfilled, but to human sense it unfolds along a definite line of light.

"We are concerned here with the line of light which made itself visible through the Old and New Testaments in the Bible, through Christianity, and in our age through the Science of Christianity, which its discoverer, Mary Baker Eddy, termed 'Christian Science.' Naturally, Truth is infinitely vaster than these channels, but nevertheless a distinct line of light can be seen patterned and interpreted through them, its changing form being reflected in universal thought and experience."

The Line of Light - Peggy M. Brook  
  W. Gordon Brown  
Christ Jesus and Christian Science:
God's "Two Witnesses"
  W. Gordon Brown

"It was the prophet Zephaniah who foresaw that in the days when the world would be shaken to its foundations God would 'turn to the people a pure language' that they might 'all call upon the name of the Lord, to serve him with one consent' (Zeph. 3 :9). The events of the day of Pentecost, recorded in the second chapter of Acts, prefigured the coming of this universal language. Its living actuality speaks today as the 'language' of Christian Science.

"The book of Zephaniah is one of the prophetic writings which bring the Old Testament to a close and open the door to the New. But the prophets of the first millennium B.C. were largely responsible for the whole of the Old Testament. It is not surprising to find, therefore, that the line of spiritual light which begins in the first chapter of enesis, and travels through four thousand years of Bible history to the end of the Old Testament, is all gathered and focused in the consummate spiritual message of the recorded prophecies."

Christ Jesus and Christian Science - W. Gordon Brown  
  John W. Doorly  
Development of
Christian Science Practice
(From a verbatim report of Talks)
  John W. Doorly

"You remember Mrs. Eddy's statement, 'I long to see the consummation of my hope, namely, the student's higher attainments in this line of light' (S. & H. 367 :27-29). Mrs. Eddy evidently expected 'higher attainments,' and those 'higher attainments' include healing.

"When I came into the Christian Science movement in 1902, it was a deeply religious, earnest, sincere movement. It knew God as Mind, and that the outcome of Mind was thought, or spiritual thinking, but it hadn't really grasped the fact of idea, although it was clearly stated in 'Science and Health.' Until you think in the realm of Science, you don't really grasp the meaning of idea. In those days the majority of Christian Scientists talked rather vaguely about thought, consciousness, and so on, which were all good concepts, but they didn't see the nature of idea. At that time God was thought of mainly as Love, as well as Mind, and a certain amount of mental healing was done through a great sense of the divine Love which casts out fear. This sense of Love brought about much earnestness and made the Christian Scientists very good to each other, but at that time the healing was mental healing in most cases - it wasn't scientific healing at all."

Development of Christian Science Practice - Doorly  
  Summer Readings  
Publications for Summer Readings   Helen M. Wright

Helen M. Wright, the Founder of this Institute, wrote some 14 books on the subject of Christian Science.

A summer reading project of a few of these books no doubt would be profitable for all “Seekers for Truth in the Science of Christianity.”

Helen’s first book, “Mary Baker Eddy: A New Look”, is a perfect introduction to the body of her work.

Next were a series of six books derived from Mrs. Eddy’s very First Edition of Science and Health”, published in 1875. The first three of these are titled, appropriately, “God’s Great Scientist” volumes I, II, and III. Each of these three volumes are a part of the Summer Readings and are available for free downloads.

A seventh book based on the final edition of “Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures”, is titled “Your Divinity Revealed,” and is also available as a free download.

Hard copies of the books listed above are available upon request, free of charge.


Mary Baker Eddy: A New Look
God's Great Scientist - Volume 1 God's Great Scientist - Volume 2 God's Great Scientist - Volume 3
Your Divinity Revealed
Helen M. Wright - Index of all publications
  Julia Ward Howe  
Vision of 1908 Julie Ward Howe
Vision of
Julia Ward Howe

The following excerpt is from Helen Wright's book: America: Cradle for the Second Coming

The following remarkable vision of Julia Ward Howe was published in the July 18, 1908 Christian Science Sentinel, Vol. X, No. 46. Its title, But Their Eyes Were Holden, no doubt refers to the general public's unawareness that the very condition Mrs. Howe saw as a possibility for the future was actually an accomplished fact through Christian Science – that the unnumbered thousands healed and regenerated in Christian Science constituted the "vast host," seen in her vision:
One night recently I experienced a sudden awakening. I had a vision of a new era which is to dawn for mankind and in which men and women are battling, equally, untidily, for the uplifting and emancipating of the race from evil. I saw men and women of every clime working like bees to unwrap the evils of society, and to discover the whole web of vice and misery and to apply the remedies and also to find the influences that should best counteract evil and its attending suffering.
There seemed to be a new, a wondrous, ever-permeating light, the glory of which I cannot attempt to put into human words--the light of the newborn hope and sympathy blazing. The source of this light was born of human endeavor, immortal purpose of countless thousands of men and women who were equally doing their part in the worldwide battle with evil, and whose energy was bended to tear the mask from error, crime, superstition, greed, and to discover and apply the remedy.

I saw men and women, standing side by side, shoulder to shoulder, a common lofty and indomitable purpose lighting every face with a glory not of this earth. All were advancing with one end in view, one foe to trample, one everlasting good to gain. I saw them advancing like a mighty army, laden with the fruits of their research, their study, their endeavor, in this battle with the powers of darkness, and ready to tear vice from the earth, to strip away all of selfishness, greed, and rapine. Then I seemed to see them stoop down to their fellows and to lift them higher, higher, and yet higher. Men and women, a vast host, whom none could number, working untidily, equally, with superhuman energy, all for the extirpation of the blackness of vice and for the weal of the race.

And then I saw the victory!

All of evil was gone from the earth. Misery was blotted out. Mankind was emancipated and ready to march forward in a new era of human understanding, all-encompassing sympathy, and ever-present help.
The era of perfect love, of peace passing understanding.

(Originally printed in The Boston Sunday American of June 28, 1908.)

In Julia Ward Howe's vision, the veil which obscures the ever-present millennium was lifted--as Mary Baker Eddy had already, in actual practice, been lifting it for forty-two years. 

The Battle Hymn of the Republic Julie Ward Howe
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Julia Ward Howe, Author 1861

Audio courtesy of Odetta, vocalist

The Battle Hymn of the Republic - MP3 by Odetta

Lyrics   History of the Lyrics
Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the lord,
He is trampling out the vintage  where the grapes of wrath are stored,
He hath loosed his fateful lightning of His terrible swift sword,
His truth is marching on.

Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah
Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah! His truth is marching on

I have seen Him in the watch fires of a hundred circling camps,
They have builded Him an altar in the evening dews and damps,
I can read his righteous sentence in the dim and daring lamps,
His day is marching on.

Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah
Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah!  His day is marching on

I have read a fiery Gospel writ in burnished rows of steel,
"As ye deal with My contemners so with you My grace shall deal,"
Let the Hero born of woman crush the serpent with His heel,
Since God is marching on.

Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah
Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah!  Since God is marching on

He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat,
He is sitting out the hearts of men before His judgment seat,
Oh, be swift, my soul, to answer Him! Be jubilant, my feet,
Our God is marching on.

Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah
Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah!  Our God is marching on

In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea,
With a glory in his bosom that transfigures you and me,
As He died to make men holy let us die to make men free,
While God is marching on.

Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah
Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah!  While God is marching on

He is coming like the glory of the morning on the wave,
He is Wisdom to the mighty, He is Succour to the brave,
So the world shall be His footstool, and the soul of Time His slave,
Our God is marching on.

Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah! Glory! Glory! Hallelujah
Glory! Glory ! Hallelujah! Our God is marching on
  Julia Ward Howe wrote the lyrics to “The Battle Hymn of the Republic" after visiting a Union Army Camp on the Potomac River near Washington D.C. in December of 1861. Her ancestors were famous during The American Revolutionary War.

- While visiting the army camp, she heard a favorite marching song of the Union Army. The song was set to the melody from the parody song “John Brown’s Body.” The John Brown in the song referred to a Scottish Sergeant in the 12th Massachusetts Regiment, not John Brown the famous abolitionist.

- The song's melody was made famous before the Civil War by a South Carolinian choirmaster and organist named William Steffe. He is believed to have written the melody in 1856. The song was originally titled “Say Brothers Will You Meet Us.”

- Reverend James Freeman Clark challenged Julia Ward Howe into writing a poem with a more powerful message for the marching song.

- That same night Julia Ward Howe dreamed the first line and awoke with it on her mind in the middle of the night. She wrote the entire poem by candle light before dawn. She forced herself up from her sleep because she was fearful that if she did not immediately write the poem she would forget it.

- The Atlantic Monthly paid her five dollars for the poem and published it in 1862, James T. Field of The Atlantic Monthly named the poem “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.”

- The chaplain of the 122nd Ohio Regiment taught it to Union soldiers every where.

- It is said that President Abraham Lincoln was so moved by the song, he wept when he heard it.

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  Mildred LeBlond  
Association Address 1942 - applies directly to NOW Mildred LeBlond CSB
Association Address of 1942
Mildred LeBlond


Belief of War - Issues of War, Offensive and Defensive, Bombing, Invasion, Shortage
Individual Freedom
Greater, Not Lesser
Advancing Footsteps
Kingdom of God Within
Science of Chistianity
City Foursquare
Generic Man

  Introduction - first part  

Today we meet anew in the joyous, profitable understanding of the one Mind, one Being. This Association of students has assembled here in demonstration of that one indivis­ible Being. This meeting, then, is no ordinary event. We may know and expect that the ideas which are here today revealed in individual consciousness, or the individual expression of Mind, will help change world beliefs in sin, disease, death, and war. This is our purpose. This is our reason for being.

You have not come merely to listen to someone read a paper. You are here to unfold the one infinitely good Mind, your Mind, which Christian Scientists understand as God.

The Lord's Prayer says,
 "Thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven." Where is this heaven? It is the appearing of divine ideas in your divine consciousness.

In my paper today, I am presenting for your consideration and our unfoldment the following points:

1. The handling of the belief of war from the standpoint of divine Being.

2. The importance of individual freedom and the divine basis of this idea.

3. The need to protect the Constitution of the United States  because of its relationship to the Christian Science Movement.

4. The understanding of our individual divine con- sciousness as
 • the Kingdom of God within
 • the City Foursquare
• the demonstration of its complete fulfillment - as universal Being or generic man.


Association Address - 1942 - Mildred LeBlond CSB

Updated Pages Index  
Mary Baker Eddy's Last Four Written Words - Analysis of
"God is My Life
  Fernand E. d'Humy
Fernand d'Humy was Research director for the Western Union Telegraph Company.  He was a physical scientist of international reputation.

He did not state he studied Christian Science or claimed to be associated with Christian Science.  He apparently knew nothing of the "Science" or “system” of Christian Science.  However his analysis is in line with the "Science" and "system" of Christian Science.

Fernand E. d'Humy provides a deep spiritual analysis of Mary Baker Eddy's last four written words, "God is my Life".

Everything about this last statement reveals deep meaning far beyond what anyone imagines until one studies the scientific discovery made by him which adds a complete new dimension to what was previously thought to be a simple statement.

You will be uplifted by careful study of his work.
Fernand E. d'Humy Index  
Biography of Mary Baker Eddy   Doris Grekel
Christian Scientists and the entire world are indebted to Doris Grekel for the results of her thorough research set forth in her publications.  
  A.  The Womanhood of God - written in three volumes:
1.  The Discovery of the Science of Man covering the period of 1821-1888
2.  The Founding of Christian Science covering the period of 1888-1900
3.  The Forever Leader covering the period of 1901-1910
Doris Grekel Index  

Mary Baker Eddy Hymns, Bible verses, and other lyrics   Kenny Baker, honey-voiced tenor, CS Practitioner
Kenny Baker - Honey Voiced Singer 
Kenny Baker
Kenneth Laurence "Kenny" Baker was an American singer and actor who first gained notice as the featured singer on radio's The Jack Benny Program during the 1930s.  He appeared in seventeen film musicals and also Broadway productions.

He became a Christian Science practitioner and motivational speaker, and recorded a number of albums especially for inspiration from Bible verses and Mary Baker Eddy's "seven hymns" taken from "Poem's" one of the 17 books written by her.  One of these
"seven hymns" are sung each Sunday in Christian Science churches throughout the world.

There seems to be no better way to convey the "deeper spiritual insight" of Mary Baker Eddy in her "Poems" and the Bible verses than through Soul manifesting itself as world-renown vocalist, Kenny Baker.

A BIG THANK YOU to for their professional conversion from the original historic recordings by Kenny Baker.
Kenny Baker Index  - 39 Solos  
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