musings on the material world & death – Eddy & Steiner’s perspectives

Before I dive into Lecture Four: Devachan, I want to pause and contemplate how Eddy and Steiner talk about the material world, and death. I am only three lectures into Steiner’s work, so my views on this could change as I learn more about Steiner’s perspectives. Through out Science and Health, the material world is intrinsically linked with sin, … Continue reading musings on the material world & death – Eddy & Steiner’s perspectives

Winter Break – Posting will resume in 2016

Kindism.org is enjoying a winter break. Irregular updates, and the continuation of posts discussing Rudolf Steiner’s Founding a Science of the Spirit will resume sometime in the new year. Thank you for your understanding.  Looking for something to read? I think all of it is great, but some of the Past popular topics include:  Sex, Homosexuality, Relationships & Christian … Continue reading Winter Break – Posting will resume in 2016

Kung fu fighting, Dancing queen Tribal spaceman and all that’s in between

From elementary school through college one of my closest friends was a boy named William (1). We met through our local Christian Science Church — we both regularly attended Sunday School, and, for a time our younger sisters were Best Friends. One summer while William was visiting extended family, he had a nasty bicycle accident — … Continue reading Kung fu fighting, Dancing queen Tribal spaceman and all that’s in between

summaries

I have a confession to make: I spend way too much time looking at my blog stats. Even when I don’t post any content, I try and check and see how many people have stopped by to look. I’m still slightly shocked anyone (beyond my husband and my BFF) reads what I post. I also … Continue reading summaries

the belief in sin is punished so long as the belief lasts

After my previous post about Twisted Spoons I decided to read over the Tenets of Christian Science again. While I take issue with all of them, the third is particularly troubling and guilt-inducing: 3. We acknowledge God’s forgiveness of sin in the destruction of sin and the spiritual understanding that casts out evil as unreal. But … Continue reading the belief in sin is punished so long as the belief lasts