I’ve been googling around the internet and have come across a few more interesting CS-related resources to share, eventually I’ll link to them in Resources, but for now, they’re here. Eventually I hope to figure out a better way to catalog these so I don’t get duplicates!
- The Christian Science Monitor, An Evolving Experiment in Journalism Linda K. Fuller (via google books).
- Christian Science Mark Twain
- Mary Baker Eddy and the Neo-Vedantic Origins of Christian Science: Its influence on New-Age thinking, and fundamental misunderstanding Peter Holleran.
- The Christian Science Holocaust Gerald Bergman, PhD
- The Origin & Current Status of Christian Science, and Some Thoughts on Faith Healing, Stephen Barrett, M.D. – via Quackwatch and SkepticTank
- Cases of Childhood Deaths Due to Parental Religious Objection to Necessary Medical Care – via MassKids.org (they have a lot to say on the issue of Christian Science)
- Christian Science Church Seeks Truce with Modern Medicine – via NYTimes
- A Skeptical Examination of Christian Science Jeffrey Shallit
- Faith Healing: Relying on faith healing & prayer instead of medical treatment – via ReligiousTolerance.org
- Comparative longevity in a college cohort of Christian Scientists William Franklin Simpson, PhD (full article available to subscribers only)
- It Happened to Me: I’m a Christian Scientist – via XOJane
- Christian Science Denomination: Profile of the Church of Christ, Scientist – via About.com
- There’s a Phone in Mary Baker Eddy’s Tomb Nat Segaloff
CS-related Blogs &/or blogs that have discussed CS at length
- The Mary Baker Eddy Library
- The Christian Science Site of the Aequus Institute
- The Christian Way – although I disagree with their over-all message of “finding Jesus” they do have an impressive resource list.
Are there any other books, articles, blogs, x/former-CS support groups or other resources I should include? As a general rule I’m trying to avoid the “CS IS A CULT!!!” fundamentalist groups (Christian Way being an exception because their members are former CS).