For centuries, humanity has been taught that Prayer is one of those “hit or miss” scenarios, something which we say to one another to reassure us of the presence of God and at times a last resort offered to the dying. But few people expect it to do anything except maybe a few well meaning […]
Faith communities take Communion online, except for some Conservatives who don’t feel we should participate, virtual or otherwise. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-52864843
Judges 13 King James Version (KJV) and Strength and Sweetness From Mary Baker Eddy, Her Spiritual Precepts, Vol. 3, by Gilbert Carpenter, page 205 (letter dated Feb. 12, 1895) Judges 13 King James Version (KJV) 13 And the children of Israel did evil again in the sight of the Lord; and the Lord delivered them into the hand of the Philistines […]
of 1967 Editor’s note: I wrote the original draft of The Prisoner of 1967 in 2009, then went over it again in 2015, but I feel that it is time to actually post it (in 2020) because of the conditions around the world right now.
Question: If I ask you to pray for me or to work on a case – and you are away or do not see my Email and I am healed, surely you cannot say that any action of yours or of Christian or Spiritual healing actually helped in this case. Was it not just natural […]
I am thoroughly pleased and intrigued with this study guide for Christian Science. And now I am thrilled to announce, A Study Guide for Christian Science is published and available for the public online at Amazon. This study guide roots in the Bible and includes twenty-four exercises that follow the pattern of instruction through questions […]
A better understanding of Mary Baker Eddy requires fact above falsehood. It requires admitting and correcting mistakes, rather than turning a blind eye or giving excuses. Three examples: When Mrs. Eddy is accused of plagiarism, recognize the validity in this argument. Although 19th century writing wasn’t regulated by today’s copyright laws, Mrs. Eddy’s writings contain […]