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100 years on: 2 BIG reasons why Mary Baker Eddy is still remembered…

Next in our “100 years on, and still going strong” series, celebrating the continued resonance of Mary Baker Eddy’s life and ideas 100 years after her passing. Benjamin Franklin once said “If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write things worth reading or do things worth writing.” Mary Baker Eddy – transcending […]

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100 years on: Mary Baker Eddy – a song in the repertoire of unsung women?

Next in our “100 years on, and still going strong” series, celebrating the continued resonance of Mary Baker Eddy’s life and ideas 100 years after her passing. A local US newspaper called the Post and Courier recently ran an item entitled Unsung Women – Mary Baker Eddy. On the lighter side, I confess that it is true…I […]

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100 years on: What the world needs now is…a Mary Baker Eddy approach to leadership!

Next in our “100 years on, and still going strong” series, celebrating the continued resonance of Mary Baker Eddy’s life and ideas 100 years after her passing. Questions of leadership are big in the world today, from Middle East leaders wanting to cling on to power, despite popular expressions of deep discontent, to Western populations who feel […]

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100 years on: Mary Baker Eddy – still “a luminary” after all these years!

Next in our “100 years on, and still going strong” series, celebrating the continued resonance of Mary Baker Eddy’s life and ideas 100 years after her passing. An article called Large number of people who died in 1910 remain well-known today recently appeared in the Evansville Courier & Press. In it “Retiring Thoughts” columnist John Gottcent writes of his research […]

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Persecution is the weakness of tyrants engendered by their fear, and love will cast it out…!

Being photo-rich, this blog might take a moment longer than usual to load! This is not a political blog, but an effort to speak a word in season on behalf of the spiritual standpoint of conviction that healing can happen through the awareness and expression of divine Love, God. So the blog’s title quote by […]

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100 years on: what does a 100-year Google snapshot tell us of public interest in Mary Baker Eddy?

Next in our “100 years on, and still going strong” series, celebrating the continued resonance of Mary Baker Eddy’s life and ideas 100 years after her passing. Google Labs has furnished the world with an amazing new tool called the Ngram Viewer. Put a topic in a search box, press return, and you get a graph […]

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100 years on: shining some light onto the real Mary Baker Eddy in the Church Times

Next in our “100 years on, and still going strong” series – following our 100 reflections appreciation of the life and ideas of Mary Baker Eddy 100 years after her passing – is a present day response to a 100 year old item in the quality Anglican newspaper the Church Times. And, no, we are not just really slow at […]

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Art and religion at loggerheads? Not in one 400th anniversary celebration of the King James Version of the Bible!

here are times when it can be tough being someone who loves Christianity and art. Is creative spirituality necessarily at loggerheads with organised religion, as sometimes seems to be the suggestion? At times some artists seem to want to revel in that presumed divide as if free-thinking, unaffiliated spirituality is the superior breed. At other […]

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100 years on: recalling a recent perspective on Mary Baker Eddy from a contemporary scholar…

Next in a “100 years on, and still going strong” series, we follow our 100 reflections appreciation of Mary Baker Eddy’s life and ideas 100 years after her passing with a glance back to an article from earlier this decade… A few years ago, Radcliffe Biography Series author of Mary Baker Eddy, Gillian Gill, shared some of […]

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“The Nativity” – a compelling BBC drama scripted by Tony Jordan.

“The Nativity” – which airs in half-hour segments on BBC 1 at 7pm from Monday December 20 to Thursday December 23 – is a drama that is beautifully filmed and acted.  It has a classy screenplay by award-winning East Enders and Life on Mars writer Tony Jordan which, you could say, is ably adapted from an original script by…God! […]

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