Inspiration Link Dump (2) – Miranda Rice & the Wikipedia Edits

Every now and then I get inspired to research a topic and then when I get around to writing the blog post the inspiration flees, leaving me with a post of links and background information that is unlikely to ever make it onto a blog post. "Inspiration Link Dumps" are things that I looked into, but never … Continue reading Inspiration Link Dump (2) – Miranda Rice & the Wikipedia Edits

Did Mary Baker Eddy Anticipate the Findings of Quantum Physics?

This is the second of two guest posts by guest contributor realscience critiquing a lecture at Principia College by Laurance Doyle, Ph.D., entitled, "The Metaphysics of Quantum Physics." Doyle's talk makes two basic claims: (1) quantum physics validates Christian Science; and (2) Mary Baker Eddy anticipated the findings of 20th century physics. The first claim was rebutted in … Continue reading Did Mary Baker Eddy Anticipate the Findings of Quantum Physics?

Parts 1 & 2: Mere Historical Incidents & Building an Empire

This is part of a series of posts on God's Perfect Child: Living and Dying in the Christian Science Church by Caroline Fraser. For all posts on this topic, see the tag God's Perfect Child. This post contains some affiliate links. Thank you for your support of kindism.org Part 1: Mere Historical Incidents Divided into … Continue reading Parts 1 & 2: Mere Historical Incidents & Building an Empire

Does Quantum Physics Validate Christian Science? 

The following post is by guest contributor realscience.  This is the first of two posts critiquing a lecture at Principia College by Laurance Doyle, Ph.D., entitled, "The Metaphysics of Quantum Physics." Doyle's talk makes two basic claims: (1) quantum physics validates Christian Science; and (2) Mary Baker Eddy anticipated the findings of 20th century physics. This … Continue reading Does Quantum Physics Validate Christian Science? 

Debunking this article from the Christian Science Monitor

From Lucia Greenhouse, shared with permission. Debunking this article from the Christian Science Monitor: "Why do some parents choose not to vaccinate? (From the Christian Science Monitor (Feb 3, 2015) By Amanda Paulson, Staff writer FEBRUARY 3, 2015 It's a question that's being asked with increased intensity and often hostility in the wake of a measles outbreak … Continue reading Debunking this article from the Christian Science Monitor

Resources: Religious Exemptions & Christian Science

For a more comprehensive overview of damage caused Christian Science treatment and religious exemptions, please see  Children's Healthcare Is a Legal Duty (CHILD), which has a list of situations where Christian Science (among others) has fought for religious exemptions, often with fatal consequences. http://childrenshealthcare.org/?page_id=171 http://childrenshealthcare.org/?page_id=200 More from CHILD on Religious Exemptions From Parental Duties Of Care Christian Science is quite … Continue reading Resources: Religious Exemptions & Christian Science