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Quimby (1802-1866), whose influence would shape her belief of Christian Science. She had developed a "psychic dependence" on Quimby, drawing on his spiritual presence, claiming even visitations by his apparition.
Quimby believed that illness and disease could be cured through positive thoughts and healthy attitudes, by changing one's beliefs about the illness. Eddy "reached the scientific certainty that all causation rests with the Mind, and that every effect is a mental phenomena." Eddy took Quimby's teachings one step further, claiming that sickness, death, and even our physical bodies do (1891), which tells of her own experience of discovering, practicing, and teaching the "science" of Christian healing.] [The CCS recently announced plans to build (at a cost of million) the Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity.
The spiritual superiority is evident in other ways than healing.While the branches are democratic in government, they all conform to the rules laid down in Mary Baker Eddy's (1895); church affairs are now overseen by a self-perpetuating board of five people.Under the leadership of Board of Directors Chairman Virginia Harris, the CCS has embarked on an aggressive, multi-faceted marketing program designed to mainstream itself and to attract new members.Its adherents, therefore, rely on "divine law" in times of sickness instead of resorting to medical and other material means.
Christian Scientists do not use doctors, medicine, or immunizations.(CCS) (with headquarters in Boston, Massachusetts), founded in 1879 by the much married Mary Baker Glover Patterson Eddy (1821-1910).