Is the Universe, Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?

The day after I mailed in my letter of voluntary withdrawal from The Mother Church I got junk mail from the same organization: Special Offer - 20% Savings! complete with the option to enroll in the Automatic Renewal Program. The pre-checked box said: YES! Please send me 12 issues of the Christian Science Quarterly Bible … Continue reading Is the Universe, Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?

placating the masses & getting govmt. money

It is my turn to be inspired by a fellow blogger: Emerging Gently has a piece entitled Christian Science AND Medical Care? which inspired me to actually read the NYTimes piece instead of just skimming over it and sighing heavily at TMC's attempt at relevance. Back in 2010 the NYTimes ran a piece entitled: Christian … Continue reading placating the masses & getting govmt. money

Vaccinations

This is part of my on-going series of posts on Health Care for Christian Scientists & Former Christian Scientists. I have done my best to collect accurate information about vaccines so that you can make an informed decision. If you have any questions or concerns about vaccinations for yourself or your children, please talk to … Continue reading Vaccinations

Christian Science, Health Care & the Government

I feel strongly about the separation of Church and State. I enjoy having the freedom to practice whatever I'd like, and the freedom from being forced to practice any particular religion. It makes me uncomfortable when "conservatives" with "Christian" values start lobbying Congress for laws that line up with their (Old Testament) views on morality … Continue reading Christian Science, Health Care & the Government

striking a balance

I wrote this some time ago and there never seemed to be an appropriate time to share. I found there is/was an unhealthy focus and emphasis on "natural" childbirth within the CS movement. Don't get me wrong, I'm fine with "natural" but "natural" is not inherently safer, nor should people be judged by the choices … Continue reading striking a balance