Everyday Spirituality

Everyday Spirituality


Affordable digital Science and Health, 4th edition

posted by Cheryl Petersen

yellow trainsReligion around the world, though once a pillar of stability, seems to now be a source of division. But, instead of focusing on religion’s bad reputation, we can make an about turn and  focus on God, love. We are not controlled by unwritten human rules, but we are controlled by Life, Truth, and Love.

Click here to preview a comprehensive read that discusses mind medicine, an inclusive theology, and a better view of science. You can learn about a God who is Love, Spirit. Old views of God can drop away. The book teaches how to heal like Christ Jesus. You can read about a life in divine Mind, with healthy, purposeful ideas.This is a revision of a book on spirituality first written in the 19th century. Revisionist, Cheryl Petersen, advances the ongoing meanings in “Science and Health.



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