Ever wonder how misunderstandings get started or continue to be perpetuated? In his recent espionage novel, “The Tourist,” author Olen Steinhauer has presented a view of Christian Science that regrettably feeds existing misperceptions and even creates new ones. Since it is a New York Times best-seller and the film rights have been purchased by actor [...]
Dear R2: Thank you for commenting on my Oct. 5 blog post titled, “The importance of viewing ‘Christian’ and ‘Science’ together.” (Readers may wish to read R2-D2′s Nov. 21 comment to see all of the questions in full.) R2, I hope the following responses are helpful. Thanks so much for following my blog and writing [...]
Writing from the big state of Texas, friend and colleague Keith Wommack shares his thoughts on the discoverer of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy. In 1907, a New York newspaperman was sent, with other reporters, to dig up sensational stories about a woman in Concord, New Hampshire. It was said that they were a belligerent [...]
Tomorrow, December 3, 2010, marks the 100th anniversary of the passing of the discoverer of Christian Science and the founder of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Mary Baker Eddy. Friend and colleague Steve Salt has authored the following post regarding the occasion. Steve is a Christian Science practitioner and teacher, as well as the Christian Science [...]
Like his previous thriller, “The Da Vinci Code,” Dan Brown’s current best seller takes the reader on a fascinating tour of architectural symbols, statuary and cryptic meaning. No longer centered in Rome or Paris, “The Lost Symbol” is all about the U.S. capitol in Washington D.C.
Here’s an interesting post from Russ Gerber, Media Manager for the Christian Science Committee on Publication. Enjoy! November 15, 2010 In case you were having doubts, here’s a reminder: health is normal. It’s easy to lose sight of that given all the books and reports and advertisements insisting that it’s not. Gloomy statistics fill in [...]
National Bible Week in the US is coming up–it begins this year on November 21. The goal is “to raise awareness of the Bible’s importance and relevance to our nation as a whole, as well as in the lives of individuals.” This goal was established when National Bible Week began in the midst of WWII [...]
Today’s guest blog post is from my manager Phil Davis, the worldwide Manager of Committees on Publication and a regular contributor to the WashingtonPost.com “On Faith” column. Phil recently responded to Jon Stewart’s Washington DC “rally to restore sanity,” billed as promoting “reason.” Below, he gives his take on the questions, “Are ‘reason’ and ‘sanity’ [...]