The Bible

The King James Bible is the version Mary Baker Eddy most frequently used and referenced. Praised as “the noblest monument in English prose,” the KJV remained the Biblical standard from its first printing in 1611 to well into the twentieth century, and it remains a popular and deeply respected version today. Available in multiple sizes and bindings. more

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Science and Health

Science and Health

In the Christian Science textbook, Mary Baker Eddy explains the scientific laws behind the teachings and healings of Christ Jesus. From the first chapter, “Prayer,” to her exegesis of Genesis and Revelation, to a Glossary of terms, the author invites readers to deeply consider the allness of God, the innate perfection of man as God’s spiritual creation, and how an understanding of these facts brings healing—just as they did in Biblical times. As explained in her book Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896, “Truth is the power of God which heals the sick and the sinner, and is applicable to all the needs of man.” Read this thoughtful, fascinating book for yourself—it’ll answer your questions. more

Other writings by Mary Baker Eddy

Message to The Mother Church for 1900

Mary Baker Eddy was a copious writer and a famous author in her day. Key texts include her primary work, Science and Health with Key to the ScripturesMiscellaneous Writings 1883-1896, and the Manual of The Mother Church. She wrote pamphlets addressing questions about her religion (Rudimental Divine ScienceNo and Yes), gave sermons based on the Bible and later published them (Christian Healing), and wrote poems that were later set to music as hymns. Her shorter writings have been compiled into a single volume called Prose Works. more

From the Christian Science Publishing Society

Christian Science Bible Lesson

Bible Lessons from the Christian Science Quarterly provide a practical program of self-instruction in Christian Science. Lessons are made up of Bible texts followed by correlative passages from Science and Health. Each one is designed to show how the timeless healing truths found in the Bible apply in the world of today. Available in several print and audio editions. more

The Christian Science Journal

The Christian Science Journal records the healings and spiritual insights of those who faithfully practice Christian Science.  Individuals share how an ever-developing understanding of God has healed, enlightened, and blessed them, expanding their spirituality and ability to heal others.The Journal also includes a worldwide directory of Christian Science practitioners, teachers, and nurses available to anyone interested in spiritual healing, as well as a listing of all Christian Science churches and societies throughout the world. more

Christian Science Sentinel

Each week the Christian Science Sentinel keeps readers spiritually alert and conscious of God's power in their daily lives. It provides a prayerful window on your world--from current events to personal issues like health, relationships, finance, employment, and parenting. You will find spiritual insights and examples of verified healings in Christian Science which will help you heal yourself and others and connect you to the global reach of this Science. more

The Herald of Christian Science

The first edition of The Herald of Christian Science was published in German in 1903 “to proclaim the universal activity and availability of Truth.” Today print editions of the Herald appear in German, French, Spanish, and Portuguese, while online the Herald now posts video testimonies, audios, and written material in more than 24 languages. Readers and contributors from around the world bear witness to the universality of Truth. more


The Christian Science Monitor

The Christian Science Monitor is an international news organization that delivers thoughtful, global coverage via its website, weekly magazine, daily news briefing, email newsletters, and mobile site. The Monitor is global, both in practice and in spirit. In an era when the mainstream media has narrowed its lens, we're convinced readers yearn for the opposite. This global perspective comes naturally; the Monitor's founder, Mary Baker Eddy, explained our mission this way: "To injure no man, but to bless all mankind." more

About the Christian Science Publishing Society

The Christian Science Publishing Society was established by Mary Baker Eddy through a "Deed of Trust."  In accord with the Church Manual and this Trust, a three-member Board of Trustees manages the business of the Publishing Society, including the production, marketing and distribution of print and digital products as well as the selection of books and literature.  The Christian Science Board of Directors oversees the editorial content of the periodicals. Church members play an essential role in supporting (prayerfully and financially) and sharing the publications. more (article): Publishing that blesses humanity

Board of Trustees

Henry "Lyon" Osborn       Scott Preller       Margaret Rogers


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