Maria Baker Eddy (nata Mary Morse Baker Bow in vico Neohantoniensi die 16 Iulii 1821; mortua Newton in oppido Massachusettensi die 3 Decembris 1910) fuit dux religionis et auctor Americana, quae Ecclesia Christi Scientistae? in Nova Anglia anno 1879 condidit.[1][2] Etiam The Christian Science Monitor anno 1908 condidit, diarium profanum, quod septem Praemia Pulitzerana vicerit,[3] ac tris magazinas religiosas: Christian Science Sentinel, The Christian Science Journal, et The Herald of Christian Science. Multos libros et commentarios scripsit et edidit, quorum insignissimus erat Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, qui plus novem milliones exemplarium usque ad annum 2001 vendiderat.[4]

Maria Baker Eddy.
Locus natalis Mariae Baker Eddy Bow in vico Neohantoniensi.
Marcus Baker, pater.
Eddy annis 1850.
Templum Congregationale Tiltoniae in Nova Hantonia, quod Eddy iuvenis frequentabat.
Eddy circa 1864.
Eddy Lynn in oppido Massachusettensi anno 1871.
Maria Baker Eddy. Caelatura ab Ernesto Haskell circa 1924 facta.

Sodales Primae Ecclesiae Christi Scientistae putant Eddy inventorem Scientiae Christianae fuisse, et assectatores ergo Scientistae Christiani et discipuli Scientiae Christianae appellantur.[5] Ecclesia ipsa Ecclesia Scientiae Christianae aliquando familiariter appellatur.

Eddy una e "100 Most Significant Americans of All Time" anno 2014 a Smithsonian Magazine nominata est,[6] et eius liber Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures unus e "75 Books by Women Whose Words Have Changed the World" a Societate Librorum Nationalis Mulierum aestimatus est.[7]

Opera selecta


Libri infra perscripti inter eius opera maximi momenti numerantur.[8]

Nexus interni

  1. Stark, 1998: 189.
  2. Mary Baker Eddy, Manual of the Mother Church, editio octoginta nona (Bostoniae: The First Church of Christ, Scientist, 1908 [1895]), 17–18.
  3. Pulitzer Prizes. . Christian Science Monitor. 21 Decembris 2018 .
  4. Paul C. Gutjahr (2001), "Sacred Texts in the United States," Book History 4: 335–70, 348. JSTOR 30227336.
  5. Abbott, Deborah. "The Christian Science Tradition". Park Ridge Center for the Study of Health, Faith, and Ethics .
  6. Formula:Cite magazine.
  7. "75 Books by Women Whose Words Have Changed the World" .
  8. WorldCat: Opera ab / de Maria Baker Eddy in bibliothecis (in catalogo WorldCat).



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Nexus externi

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