Nona L. Brooks

Nona L. Brooks


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List of New Thought writers

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Nona Lovell Brooks (March 22, 1861 - March 14, 1945), described as a "prophet of modern mystical Christianity", was a leader in the New Thought movement and a founder of the Church of Divine Science.

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