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Recent Blog posts
I stood in front of a table displaying several books on Jesus as a historical figure that I had never seen before. These really interested me, although as a Christian Scientist I wondered whether it was really ok to be interested in and read these books, since they didn’t come from any Christian Science source.
Christian Scientists are taught to love and obey the teachings of our Master, Christ Jesus. We generally think we do – until we run into some of the difficult teachings. When he prayed that all his followers in the future would all be one, how is that possible or practical?
Some of the deepest debates in Christian history have arisen from the concern that Gnosticism claimed the spiritual perfection of creation and excluded the sacrificial role of Jesus as the Savior. Indeed, why would the world need Jesus, if we were already living the perfection of the kingdom of God? Why do Christian Scientists claim such an important relationship to Jesus, our Savior?
It was humbling to be rubbing shoulders with so many Christians who are thinking so deeply about the essence of “primitive Christianity,” who are willing to exchange old doctrines for new, and who authentically live their lives modeling non-violence.