Mr. Eustace had a horse that was near death one night, yet the horse was given a Christian Science "treatment" and lo and behold, the horse was up and about the next morning. This brought Herbert Eustace face to face with Christian Science. In 1902 the man attended the Normal class conducted by Edward A. Kimball, earning the degree of Bachelor of Christian Science and becoming a teacher. He became a Trustee of the Christian Science Publishing Society in 1912 but in 1915 a joint conference was held between the Board of Directors and the Trustees of the Publishing Society. There arose the demand to acknowledge the directors as the "supreme governing power of the Christian Science movement", thus attempting to nullify the "checks and balances" that Mrs. Eddy put in place. So in 1922 The Board of Trustees were released from all responsibility as Trustees of the Publishing Society and the same year Mr. Eustace was excommunicated "forever". In 1953 he published the One Volume of all his writings entitled Christian Science Its Clear Correct Teaching and Complete Writings. Eustace goes into the details of the Great Litigation in this large volume.
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Book Description Herbert W Eustace, 1978. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110961115602
Book Description Herbert W Eustace, 1978. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0961115602