We have chosen the color of green vomit for this cult.  Christian Science is like grape nuts-- neither grapes nor nuts.  I would say though that someone has to be nuts to go for this trash. The cult was started by Mary (Baker) Eddy Glover Patterson (Fry)-- a four time loser at marriage.  Never mind-- her followers think that this kind of failure is actually a strength.  The cult has been failing slowly in recent years, and its TV and radio voice is dwindling.  The Christian Science Monitor is perhaps the single most God hating newspaper in the world, and it exalts all manner of Communist and socialist activity.  

It is needed that we include this pagan religion though, since there are so many folks who give it dignity.  We will do everything possible to expose its puerile and blasphemous stench-- charitably of course. :-)



Theme song of Christian Science is "Looney Tunes Theme."  Why?  Answer:  Mary Bake Eddy spent her last years in a state of looney mental upright piano.  She had to be locked in a crib by her husband every night when she went to bed.  There, in her looney wonderland, she contemplated the power of positive insanity.

Here is the official brief history of this lady according to the Christian Science sources:

Mary Baker Eddy (1821-1910), the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, is widely recognized outside her Church as probably the most remarkable religious figure of modern times.

Her Early Years

She was born in New England on a farm in Bow, New Hampshire. Her childhood and much of her adult life, before 1866, was spent in ill health. Although raised with Puritan values, daily Bible reading, and even the talk of God's healing power, she spent many years looking for healing in the many remedial methods available in her time. She found no permanent help there.

Her Discovery

In 1866, she was healed of a serious injury as she read the account of one of Jesus' healings in the New Testament. This led her to discover what she came to understand as the Science of Christianity, which she named Christian Science.

Her Writings

In 1875, she first wrote and published Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, the textbook of Christian Science. It is published in 17 languages and Braille, and in audio cassette, CD, and computerized form. Over nine million copies have been sold and it remains a best-seller each year.

In 1992, the Women's National Book Association (WNBA) named Science and Health as one of 75 books by women "whose words have changed the world." She also wrote and published several other books on Christian Science which have been translated into foreign languages.

Her Work as Founder

In 1879, Mrs. Eddy established the Church of Christ, Scientist, and subsequently founded its various periodicals and activities. In 1895, she published the first edition of the Manual of The Mother Church. One of her last and greatest accomplishments was founding The Christian Science Monitor in 1908 - her 88th year - a newspaper respected around the world for its editorial integrity and news insight.

Before Mrs. Eddy died in 1910, the religion she established had spread around much of the world, and she had become one of the most recognized public figures in America. In 1995, she was elected to the National Women's Hall of Fame as the only American woman to found a worldwide religion.


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