Reflections on the Prin Bubble

I recently had a series of long chat with a dear friend from my time at Prin. These are some of my thoughts from that. By sharing this, I hope to shed light on Principia the institution, which touts the low student-teacher and student-staff ratios as a reason for attending. Please do not shame the … Continue reading Reflections on the Prin Bubble

wipes out the belief of material husband

I have often wondered where Christian Scientists get their rather interesting views on sex. The Chapter on Marriage talks about the "formation of mortals" and it very quickly gets very hard to follow. To be enrolled at Principia College campus, it was required that we abstain from pre-marital and extra-marital sex. Although premarital sex was … Continue reading wipes out the belief of material husband


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

Old Testament Morality

Pardon the extended absence. As MBE reminds us "trials are proof of God's care" (S&H 66:6, 10-11), while I'm fairly sure "God" had nothing to do with the incidents that have plagued our household this month, the quote still sticks firmly in the back of my mind. Christian Science (and most Christian religions in general) are … Continue reading Old Testament Morality