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Mary Baker Eddy (1821–1910)

Eddy, Mary Baker Glover. The discoverer and founder of Christian Science; born at Bow, NH, July 16, 1821; died at Newton, MA, Dec. 3, 1910. She began teaching Christian Science in 1867, organized the “Church of Christ, Scientist,” Boston, in 1879, and was ordained its pastor in 1881. She founded Massachusetts Metaphysical College, Boston, 1881, and Christian Science Journal, 1883. She was the author of ‘Science and Health, with Key to Scriptures’; ‘Truth versus Error’; also other works and textbooks on this subject.