Unlike many 19th-century women, Mary Baker Eddy not only was a deep spiritual thinker and leader; she was also grounded in the nitty gritty of running a church and getting the message of Christian Science out. This diversity of talents allowed her to establish her Church and The Christian Science Publishing Society, which she expected to support the Church, on solid business and legal ground.
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