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From 21st Century Science and Health: “If God causes a person to be sick, sickness must be good and therefore health must be evil, for all that He makes is good and will stand forever. Or, if violation of God’s […]

From 21st Century Science and Health: Divine Science raises the standard of freedom and says: “Follow me! Escape from the control of sick, sinful, and dying knowledge!” Jesus designated the way. Citizens of the world, accept the “glorious freedom of […]

From the upcoming 6th edition of 21st Century Science and Health: Question. What is the scientific statement of being? Answer. There is no life, truth, intelligence, nor substance in matter. All is infinite Mind and its infinite manifestation, for God […]

Because I live in northeastern United States, I’m now surrounded by snow. Last week, in one day, three feet of snow fell. I still go on my daily walks and come across creeks where water is running. It moves quick […]

Subject: Joy The wonder of a flower blooming through snow. The gladness of forgiveness. The pleasure of trust. The happiness of progress, all belong to the joy given to us by God. On the website Beliefnet.com, we can read “8 […]

Some people are power hungry. They will even use religion to assert their power over others. For example, the Bible has been abused to assert power over women. History shows that power hungry people do not give up their power. […]

This is the fifth and last blog of a series on warmth and sincerity: Divine Mind is another word for the unified force, or God. I’ll read from my latest book, from science and religion to God, a briefer narrative […]

This is the fourth in a series of blogs on warmth and sincerity: This is where we connect dots between definite experiences of warmth and sincerity. We take it a step at a time. Every single step with warmth and […]

This is the second blog in a series on warmth and sincerity; All we could think to say, was, “Thanks Mom and Dad.” But I could see that stuff didn’t give, or take away, warmth and sincerity. I could feel […]

This is the first of a series of blogs on warmth and sincerity: Let’s talk about warmth and sincerity. Where they come from and how they bring us along to where they are going. I believe warmth and sincerity come […]