The following post was submitted via email. My Father’s Story I am sure that there are CS practitioners out there that genuinely want to.
This is part of an on-going series, for all posts in this series see the tag Chrystal’s Story. A Wedding at Principia During my Reunion.
This is part of an on-going series, for all posts in this series see the tag Chrystal’s Story. A note from Chrystal: I was born.
By Sharon, an Ex-Christian Scientist Group contributor. Christian Scientists have a lack of humanity, sympathy, empathy—whatever you want to call it—in the face of.
The following is a collection of contributions from members of the Ex-Christian Science collective about how death is ‘handled’ in Christian Science. When people do start to get.
By Ann, an Ex-Christian Scientist Group contributor. In most Christian traditions, death can be seen as a mercy, where people find comfort in knowing.
By an anonymous Ex-Christian Scientist Group contributor. The Christian Scientists I grew up around all pretty much disappeared the moment my mother drowned in.