A Start

This is the first posting, so you are in from the beginning.  It is our hope that you will find useful clarity regarding healthy thinking and living, Christian Science and its founder, Mary  Baker Eddy, Christian Scientists, and spirituality generally.  The posts will not be designed for members alone, but for the interested public viewer…those seeking to understand what active, Christian thought, springing from a provable sense of divine goodness, can bring to public discourse and life. Among other topics, we will cover how health can be sustained with less fear and how a spiritual calm can lessen the turbulence of thought and action in our society.  It will be especially helpful in serving as a resource to those who engage in media activity and who pass the laws and make the regulations that address the issues of our state.

From time to time, we will incorporate the posts of others who share  this community of interest.  Part of the purpose of this blog will be to engender dialogue on ways that make spiritual ideas more tractable to those who are seeking healing and regeneration.  Health is important to everyone.  And, since today many people are relying on the complement of prayer and spiritual means to assist in their health regimen, we will address ways in which those aspects can be utilized more consistently and with uplifting outcomes.

We’ll plan for weekly engagement.  Grateful you are here.

2 thoughts on “A Start

  1. Thanks for this blog site, Rich. This should be very helpful. As a member of the Arizona Interfaith Movement, I’ve learned so much by listening and sharing – heart to heart. With the world in such turmoil, often times due to religious misunderstandings or ignorance – it will be great to have some conversations.

    Thanks again!!
    Anne Taylor

  2. I thoroughly agree with the
    article on Throwing Stones. My experience has
    shown me that if I can separate the way an individual acts from whom he is spiritually, as the perfect image and likeness of God (Gen 1:27), that the door opens to healing. A Biblical example of this was the Apostle Paul who originally
    persecuted Christians before he was chastised by the voice of Jesus, repented
    and reformed, and became a devoted supporter of Christianity. His name was
    changed to Peter, and he afterwards wrote 13 of the 27 books of the New Testament.

    In our criminal justice system, the motivation of the accused plays a large part
    in sentencing, and it is often difficult to determine their true motivation.

    Gratefully, Dick Davis

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