Church of Christ, Scientist

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Church of Christ, Scientist:

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religion founded upon principles of divine healing and laws expressed in the acts and sayings of Jesus, as discovered and set forth by Mary Baker Eddy and practiced by the Church of Christ, Scientist.
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(17) Mary Baker Eddy, The First Church of Christ, Scientist and Miscellany (Boston: MA: The Christian Science Board of Directors, 1895; [C] renewed, 1923), p.
The imagination that goes into its program is exemplified by its presentation of an episode from "The Prisoner" in the Church of Christ, Scientist. Why?
About $6.8 million came from its endowment fund and $13.3 million from its owner, the First Church of Christ, Scientist.
For example, in Washington, D.C., the congregation of the Third Church of Christ, Scientist is fighting a bitter battle with historic preservationists over the fate of their 1971 Brutalist-style church, which stands only three blocks from the White House.
Wear and tear, poor lighting, less-than-kind color schemes and other factors had kept First Church of Christ, Scientist, "in the shadows" for many years.
And while the paper has always lost money -- which has been made up by its owner, The First Church of Christ, Scientist -- this year's gap has been particularly egregious: the paper reported that for the current budget year ending April 30, the Monitor in all forms will lose $18.9 million.
Representing the publisher - The First Church of Christ, Scientist - lawyer Julia Schopflin agreed the claims were "false and without foundation".
Westberg started a wholesale distribution company in California, which he donated to his employees before becoming a full-time Christian Science practitioner--which the church describes as one "who utilizes the teachings of Christian Science to heal individuals through prayer." He has held numerous positions in The First Church of Christ, Scientist.
The Bible and the Christian Science text-book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy are the pastor for the Churches of Christ, Scientist, worldwide.
Other states require an individual who claims a religious exemption to be a member of The First Church of Christ, Scientist (Christian Science) or another bonafide religion whose written tenets include prohibition of invasive medical procedures such as vaccination.
Under the FRC orders, KFQA aired services from the Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, every Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
The Church of Christ, Scientist was organized by Mary Baker Eddy, founder of Christian Science.