Christian Science




One God. No Trinity (in traditional sense). Matter and evil do not exist.


Spiritual healing through prayer and knowledge, Sunday services, daily Bible and Science & Health reading.


Christian Bible, Science & Health with Key to the Scriptures

Christian Science, officially called the Church of Christ, Scientist, is a religion that emphasizes physical healing through prayer and a recognition of the nonexistence of matter and illness. It was founded in the late 19th century by Mary Baker Eddy.

Christian Science should not be confused with Scientology. Despite a somewhat similar name, the two groups are completely different and have almost nothing in common.

Christian Science is perhaps best known for its news organization The Christian Science Monitor, which was founded in 1908 by Mary Baker Eddy, and its Christian Science Reading Rooms.

Christian Science References & Sources

    - "Christian Science." John R. Hinnels, ed., The Penguin Dictionary of Religions, 2nd ed. (Penguin Books, 1997). - "Christian Science." John Bowker, ed., The Concise Oxford Dictionary of World Religions (Oxford UP, 2000). - Official Website of the First Church of Christ, Scientist. - Science and Health, as published online at

Christian Science Beliefs

Christian Science teaches the existence of an all-powerful God and the authority and inspiration of the Bible. Christian Scientists also believe the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus to be essential to human redemption...

Christian Science Practices

Spiritual healing of disease is a central focus of the Church of Christ, Scientist. This is valued both for its own sake as well as its evidence of redemption from the flesh...

Glossary of Christian Science

Definitions of terms related to Christian Science.

History of Christian Science

The Church of Christ (Scientist) was founded by Mary Baker Eddy (1821-1910), a semi-invalid who, in 1862, began to learn from Phineas Quimby the possibility of cures without medicine...

Timeline of Christian Science

The history of Christian Science at a glance.

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