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Mary Baker Eddy founded the Christian Science movement in the late nineteenth century. She had a very intense contact with the Sacred Heart of Jesus, because she was so close to Jesus in his Galilean embodiment. She understood and taught that Jesus’ healings demonstrated spiritual law, that Jesus was the Son of man and that the Christ was the eternal principle that he outpictured, and that Jesus set an example for us to follow.