Parts 1 & 2: Mere Historical Incidents & Building an Empire

This is part of a series of posts on God's Perfect Child: Living and Dying in the Christian Science Church by Caroline Fraser. For all posts on this topic, see the tag God's Perfect Child. This post contains some affiliate links. Thank you for your support of kindism.org Part 1: Mere Historical Incidents Divided into … Continue reading Parts 1 & 2: Mere Historical Incidents & Building an Empire

Inspiration Link Dump (1) – a bit of everything

Every now and then I get inspired to research a topic and then when I get around to writing the blog post the inspiration flees, leaving me with a post of links and background information that is unlikely to ever make it onto a blog post. I'd like to change that, so I'm going to start … Continue reading Inspiration Link Dump (1) – a bit of everything

God’s Perfect Child – a few thoughts from Bacon

The following is a review of "God's Perfect Child: Living and Dying in the Christian Science Church" by infrequent guest contributor Bacon. My own thoughts (and a section-by-section break down) of GPC will follow in good time.  "God's Perfect Child: Living and Dying in the Christian Science Church" one reaction to Caroline Fraser's work of … Continue reading God’s Perfect Child – a few thoughts from Bacon

Mary Baker Eddy, Miranda Rice & the Wikipedia Edits Mystery

The following is an e-mail I received -- reprinted here with minor modifications -- with permission. If anyone knows anything more about the alleged tampering with Calvin Frye's Journal or Miranda Rice we would love to hear from you! Dear Kat, Greetings! We've never communicated before, but I stumbled onto a tiny mystery which I … Continue reading Mary Baker Eddy, Miranda Rice & the Wikipedia Edits Mystery

Ms. Eddy’s “greatful and loving memory” of Rev. James Henry Wiggin

This is one of several posts exploring the accusations of plagiarism leveled against Ms. Eddy, as well as what may have influenced the writing of Science & Health. This, and future posts dealing with this topic will be tagged MBEPlagerism. There is no doubt that Reverend James Henry Wiggin (1) was a valuable part of … Continue reading Ms. Eddy’s “greatful and loving memory” of Rev. James Henry Wiggin