Monthly Archives: October 2020

Discovering What Our Discoverer’s Words Were Meant to Mean

by Tom Taffel By definition, a living language continually changes its words, usage and meaning.  As you will see, Mary Baker Eddy was an inspired wordsmith, prayerfully and patiently choosing her words with meticulous care and deliberation and reflection.  Today, unfortunately, so many of her words fail to communicate the ideas they once conveyed.  Many of her words have lost… Read more »

“Shared Death Experiences”

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by Tom Taffel Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy, page 75-76: “There is one possible moment, when those living on the earth and those called dead, can commune together, and that is the moment previous to the transition – the moment when the link between their opposite beliefs is being sundered.  In the vestibule… Read more »