Mary Baker Eddy mentions Noah Webster six times in her published writings. In this Journal podcast Kim Shippey, an international journalist and former writer and editor for The Christian Science Journal and the Christian Science Sentinel, talks about America’s great lexicographer, Noah Webster. Webster wrote America’s first dictionary, which contributed to standardizing the American language. Mary Baker Eddy used Webster’s dictionary, An American Dictionary of the English Language, among others, while writing her primary work, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, as well as her other published writings.
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