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Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter IX

We may now make a final footing-up of Mrs. Eddy, and see what she is, in
the fulness of her powers. She is

The Massachusetts Metaphysical College
Pastor Emeritus;
Board of Directors;
Board of Education;
Board of Lectureships;
Future Board of Trustees,
Proprietor of the Publishing-House and Periodicals;
Proprietor of the Teachers;
Proprietor of the Lecturers;
Proprietor of the Missionaries;
Proprietor of the Readers;
Dictator of the Services; sole Voice of the Pulpit;
Proprietor of the Sanhedrin;
Sole Proprietor of the Creed. (Copyrighted.);
Indisputable Autocrat of the Branch Churches, with their life and death
in her hands;
Sole Thinker for The First Church (and the others);
Sole and Infallible Expounder of Doctrine, in life and in death;
Sole permissible Discoverer, Denouncer, Judge, and Executioner of
Ostensible Hypnotists;
Fifty-handed God of Excommunication--with a thunderbolt in every hand;
Appointer and Installer of the Pastor of all the Churches--the Perpetual
Pastor-Universal, Science and Health, "the Comforter."

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Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter X Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter X

Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter X
There she stands-painted by herself. No witness but herself has beenallowed to testify. She stands there painted by her acts, and decoratedby her words. When she talks, she has only a decorative value as awitness, either for or against herself, for she deals mainly inunsupported assertion; and in the rare cases where she puts forward averifiable fact she gets out of it a meaning which it refuses to furnishto anybody else. Also, when she talks, she is unstable, she wanders, sheis incurably inconsistent; what she says to-day she contradicts tomorrow.But her acts are consistent. They are

Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter VIII Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter VIII

Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter VIII
I think that any one who will carefully examine the By-laws (I haveplaced all of the important ones before the reader), will arrive at theconclusion that of late years the master-passion in Mrs. Eddy's heart isa hunger for power and glory; and that while her hunger for money stillremains, she wants it now for the expansion and extension it can furnishto that power and glory, rather than what it can do for her towardssatisfying minor and meaner ambitions.I wish to enlarge a little upon this matter. I think it is quite clearthat the reason why Mrs. Eddy has concentrated in