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" They were not arbitrary opinions nor dictatorial demands, such as one person might impose on another. They were impelled by a power not one's own, were written at different dates, and as the occasion required. "
Church Manual of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts - Page 3
by Mary Baker Eddy - 1898 - 114 pages
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Miscellaneous Writings, 1883-1896

Christian Science - 1897 - 471 pages
...at variance with another. Lovingly yours, Sept. 30, 1895. MARY BAKER EDDY. EXTRACT FROM A LETTER. " The Rules and By-laws in the Manual of The First Church...required. They sprang from necessity, the logic of events,—from the immediate demand for them as a help that must be supplied to maintain the dignity...
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Altar Fires Relighted: A Study of Modern Religious Tendencies from the ...

Stephen Hasbrouck - Christian Science - 1911 - 352 pages
...accepted as the founder and head of the Christian Science Church. They originated, Mrs. Eddy states, "not in solemn conclave as in ancient Sanhedrim. They...one's own, were written at different dates, and as occasion required. They sprang from necessity, the logic of events,— from the immediate demand for...
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The Christian Science Journal, Volume 30

Christian Science - 1912
...quoted extract from a letter of Mrs. Eddy, which reads in part as follows : "The Rules and By-laws . . . were not arbitrary opinions nor dictatorial demands,...They sprang from necessity, the logic of events." It will readily be seen that no more impersonal scheme of government could be devised than is outlined...
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Altar Fires Relighted: A Study from a Non-partisan Standpoint of Movements ...

Stephen Hasbrouck (pseud.) - Christian Science - 1912 - 360 pages
...conclave as in ancient Sanhedrin. They were not arbitrary opin1 Science and Health, page 497. 92 ions nor dictatorial demands, such as one person might...one's own, were written at different dates, and as occasion required. They sprang from necessity, the logic of events, — from the, immediate demand...
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The Unfoldment

Christian Science - 1921 - 206 pages
...originated not in solemn conclave as in ancient Sanhedrm. They were not arbitrary opinions imposed on another. They were impelled by a power not one's own, were written at different dates as the occasion required.' There is more but I do not just recall." "Don't try. It is not worth the...
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Blue Windows: A Christian Science Childhood

Barbara Wilson - Biography & Autobiography - 1998 - 344 pages
...above. They were not arbitrary opinions nor dictatorial demands, such as one person might impose upon another. They were impelled by a power not one's own,...for them as a help that must be supplied to maintain dignity and defense of our Cause; hence their simple, scientific basis, and detail so requisite to...
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Rolling Away the Stone: Mary Baker Eddy's Challenge to Materialism

Stephen Gottschalk - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 483 pages
...through the years. Its rules and bylaws, she explained at the time the first edition was published, were "written at different dates, and, as the occasion...logic of events, from the immediate demand for them, a need that must be met for the honor and defense of our cause." In 1903, she further wrote to the...
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The Christian Science Journal, Volume 13

Christian Science - 1895
...Sanhedrim. They were not the opinions and commands of one person regulating the actions of another. They were written at different dates, and, as the occasion...logic of events, from the immediate demand for them, a need that must be met for the honor and defense of our cause. Therefore their simple, scientific...
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