Legislative

The work of the Committee ensures that CS may be lawfully practised and removes obstacles that might otherwise serve to interfere with the public’s access to Christian Science. The primary avenue for this legislative work is for focused face-to-face engagement with lawmakers, government officials, and other advocacy groups.  The Committee monitors and responds to legislative and regulatory developments that relate to the above focus.

#PrayForManchester (video)

It is with great love and compassion that we at the Christian Science Committee on Publication office reach out to the people of Manchester at this time of profound tragedy in your city.

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Response to review of “History of Wolves”

This is a response to a Sunday Telegraph book review of Emily Fridlund’s debut novel “History of Wolves,” which includes a couple characters described as Christian Scientists. Sir, Sam Kitchener’s review of Emily Fridlund’s History of Wolves briefly alludes to Christian Scientists who “dismiss pain as ‘false belief in Mortal Mind’”. While this may be […]

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“Joy of sects” Letter to the Editor

This unpublished letter to the editor is a response to an inaccurate statement about Christian Science in “The joy of sects” article that appeared in The Economist. Sir, Your article “The joy of sects” (Feb 2nd, 2017), inaccurately states Christian Scientists “do not believe in conventional medicine”, perhaps suggesting to some readers that we are […]

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