Tag Archives: Christian Science Monitor

Women Inspiring Innovation: 3 fueled by faith find liberty and health

A number of years ago, I was stunned to discover that the compulsory history books and classes in my public school system ignored or wrongly attributed to men the significant accomplishments of women.  Apparently a number of others noted this discrepancy too.  Celebrated … Continue reading

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My journey of faith and health as a Christian Scientist

This is my first occasional (once or twice a month) post for the new Hartford Faith and Values: Some of the most common misunderstandings people have are assumptions about the faith of others. I’m a Christian Scientist. Christian Science is … Continue reading

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Prayer as a mainstream health practice

A recent editorial in the Christian Science Monitor examined a disturbing shift in policy by the National Institutes of Health.  Their National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine which had issued the data on prayer collected in a 2002 survey on … Continue reading

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The better angels of our nature

“The better angels of our nature” was written by my colleague in Florida, Robert B. Clark .  I appreciated his perspective and thought you might too:      The United States of America is still, as Abraham Lincoln proclaimed to a divided … Continue reading

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