without holding beliefs about it, she referred to the power of majority opinion. George Buchanan, and Peter Young, whose good nature and enthusiasm for lighter reading somewhat offset the formidable learning and sometimes overbearingly serious teaching methods of Buchanan. During the nineteenth century, it was thought to be indigenous to the United States. She concluded that Divine Mind was the healer: The author has attenuated Natrum muriaticum (common table-salt) until there was not a single saline property left. Dresser, The True History of Mental Science, Boston: Alfred Mudge Son, 1887. 8485; Peters 2007,. Lyman Pierson Powell, Christian Science: The Faith and Its Founder, New essay about heroes mothers day celebration York:. Gardner ( Los Angeles Times ) 1999 ; Fraser 1999,. . Stark writes that the "characteristics of the earliest members of a movement will tend to be reproduced in subsequent converts." 306 A significant percentage of Scientists remained single (Eddy placed little emphasis on marriage and family or became Scientists when their children were adults and.
Healer" and is holding a copy of Science and Health. Some Christian Science scholars argue that 'Malicious Animal Magnetism' or 'M.A.M' is a term used by Mary Baker Eddy's detractors, and that she herself, as her doctrine evolved, preferred the term 'malicious malpractice.' I have been assured by other scholars who have had access. 177178; Gardner 1993,. . 135 Lynn was a center of the shoe industry and most of Eddy's students were factory workers or artisans. Eddy, Science and Health,. . 211 The college's prospectus, published in 1884, offered three diplomas: Christian Scientist (C.S.) for Christian Scientists' Association members; Christian Metaphysician (C.M.) for Eddy's 12-lesson course and three years' practice; and Doctor of Christian Science (D.C.S.) for.M.s whose "life and character conform to Divine science.". The material was also published as a book, The Life of Mary Baker. Untreated, it is fatal in around 25 percent of cases. In 1941 there were 11,200 practitioners in the United States, against 965 in 2015 (1,249 worldwide). Until the 1800s, syphilis was known by many names, including bad blood, the great pox, or the most common name the French Disease. Eddy, "List of Church Officers" Archived at, Manual of the Mother Church ; Gottschalk 1973,.