Margaret Laird’s classic challenge to original thinking: Christian Science Re-Explored. Available in paperback or hardback editions.
A student of Bicknell Young, Laird was willing to follow wherever the premise “All is infinite Mind” may lead, Mrs. Laird found herself propelled into the fast currents of modern thought. This same impulsion produced Christian Science Re-Explored, A Challenge to Original Thinking, is one of the most uncompromising statements of monism and its intensely practical application ever made.
Edward A. Kimball, was Mrs. Eddy’s student. She spoke of his teaching as being clear and correct. Best known of his students was Bicknell Young who carried the idea further. It has since been expanded by Mr. Young’s student, Margaret Laird, the author of this book and one of the leading metaphysicians of this age. Readers who have no interest in dogmatic religion, who are uneasy with dualism, or who may enjoy such writers as Paul Tillich, Erich Fromm, Arthur C. Clarke, Fred Hoyle, A.H. Maslow, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Victor Frankl and Vardis Fisher will find Margaret Laird a kindred spirit. Christian Scientists who wish to be in thought and practice where the basic premise of their religion—one Mind—puts them, will find reading Christian Science Re-Explored an exhilarating experience.