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Christian Science Complex

  • Back Bay, United States
  • 250 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, USA 
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    Among the architectural monuments of Boston - a huge number of churches. One of the most expressive and grandiose - a set of Christian Science. It is the headquarters of the Boston religious movement, which opposes the use of drugs. The complex of buildings includes the actual magnificent building of the church, built in 1879, which is located along the pool.

    The movement was founded in 1879 by Mary Baker Eddy. She was sick a serious disease, which was not the power to heal no drugs or surgery. Once in 1866, she received another injury and recover lost hope, she turned to the Bible. Unexpectedly for itself Mary and all surrounding the disease has receded.

    Coming from a strong surprise, she began to convince myself that the disease - it is just a figment of our imagination, and only prayer can heal. It has developed the so-called Christian Science and began to preach in specifically for this built house.

    Gradually the number of its supporters theory began to grow, and today the lack of parishioners not observed.
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