We’re always adding new and engaging content that highlights our collections.
Untold stories of women with connections to Christian Science.
Read the untold story of this early Christian Scientist, one of the first women to compose an opera produced in the United States.
Answers to questions our research team has received.
Learn some of the reasons for the style used in referencing our namesake.
Stories and behind-the-scenes information from our archive.
Explore the fascinating history of this highly accomplished figure in the early Christian Science movement.
Articles spotlighting Eddy’s correspondence and manuscripts.
Read about the Massachusetts Metaphysical College and its curriculum.
Checking the authorship of selected Christian Science writings.
Find out what our research has concluded.
Additional research on various topics.
Thirty-five years after the publication of “Mary Baker Eddy and the Nineteenth-Century Public Woman: A Feminist Reappraisal,” guest author Amy Voorhees examines the article’s impact and significance.