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‘Science and Health’ by Mary Baker Eddy is a foundational work of Christian Science. This edition was the first to be published in two volumes, to be decorated with the Crown and Cross seal, is the first edition where Eddy refers to God in the feminine gender as she and her in the chapter Creation, and is the first appearance of the enlarged chapter on “Demonology.” Women’s National Book Association lists it as one of the 75 books by women whose words have changed the world.

 

Note what these important references say of this work:

“A disenchantment with orthodox medicine during years of invalidism, together with an intensive study of scripture, led Mary Morse Baker, the daughter of a New England farmer, to the conclusion that disease is mental rather than physical, and that matter (and hence evil), as commonly perceived, does not exist. The phenomenal spread of her teaching resulted in the Church of Christ Scientist, with membership of nearly 100,000 members at the time of her death.” (Heirs of Hippocrates).

 

“In spite of the mechanical faults of her book and the controversial nature of many of her teachings, Mary Baker Eddy was far ahead of her time in the emphasis she placed upon positive thinking, a force which modern psychology was belated in recognizing” (Printing and the Mind of Man).

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1881 Science & Health Mary Baker Eddy Christian Science Demonology VERY RARE

 

‘Science and Health’ by Mary Baker Eddy is a foundational work of Christian Science. This edition was the first to be published in two volumes, to be decorated with the Crown and Cross seal, is the first edition where Eddy refers to God in the feminine gender as she and her in the chapter Creation, and is the first appearance of the enlarged chapter on “Demonology.” Women’s National Book Association lists it as one of the 75 books by women whose words have changed the world.

 

Note what these important references say of this work:

“A disenchantment with orthodox medicine during years of invalidism, together with an intensive study of scripture, led Mary Morse Baker, the daughter of a New England farmer, to the conclusion that disease is mental rather than physical, and that matter (and hence evil), as commonly perceived, does not exist. The phenomenal spread of her teaching resulted in the Church of Christ Scientist, with membership of nearly 100,000 members at the time of her death.” (Heirs of Hippocrates).

 

“In spite of the mechanical faults of her book and the controversial nature of many of her teachings, Mary Baker Eddy was far ahead of her time in the emphasis she placed upon positive thinking, a force which modern psychology was belated in recognizing” (Printing and the Mind of Man).

 

Item number: #9767

Price: $950

 

EDDY, Mary Baker

 

Science and health

 

Lynn [Mass.]: Published by Dr. Asa G. Eddy, 1881.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages; 2 volumes
    • I – [7], viii-xiii, [2], 6-270
    • II – [5], 2-214, [2]
  • References: Grolier 100 American, 78; Heirs of Hippocrates 1015; Howes E 42; Printing and the Mind of Man (PMM) 383;
  • Provenance: Handwritten – Jennie B. Schorley
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Hardcover; secure
  • Size: ~8in X 5in (20cm x 13cm)
  • Very rare with auction records and price comparisons at over $2,000

 

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9767

Categories

Medicine & Science

Religion

Authors

EDDY, Mary Baker

Printing Date

19th Century

Language

English

Binding

Hardcover

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete