“‘Christ and Christmas’ voices Christian Science”

(Mary Baker Eddy, Miscellaneous Writings 1883-1896, p. 372)

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November 29 through December 24, 2022, join us for this 6-part recorded talk with accompanying slides, focusing on Mary Baker Eddy’s book Christ and Christmas. Listen as many times as you would like during this time period, and as an added bonus, we are including Christmas music selections sung by Josh Henn. 

As we near the holidays, it is a perfect time to be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas by Mary Baker Eddy:

“In Christian Science, Christmas stands for the real, the absolute and eternal, — for the things of Spirit, not of matter. . . . Nothing conditional or material belongs to it.” (“The Significance of Christmas,” The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 260:9–11, 12-13)

Statements shared in this talk can be found in: 

  • Mary Baker Eddy’s published writings,
  • articles written by early workers in our Christian Science periodicals,
  • and artist James F. Gilman’s record of Mrs. Eddy’s comments about the drawings, as recorded in Painting a Poem, published by The Christian Science Publishing Society.

 

Part 1:

“O Holy Night” sung by Josh Henn:

 

Part 2:

“The Christ is Here” sung by Josh Henn:

 

Part 3:

“Wise Men Saw the Light” sung by Josh Henn:

 

Part 4:

“O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” sung by Josh Henn:

 

Part 5:

“O Little Town of Bethlehem” sung by Josh Henn:

 

Part 6:

“Blest Christmas Morn” sung by Josh Henn:

 

Merry Christmas!

~Biblos

 


 

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