Divine Science

Some articles on divine science, science:

Church Of Divine Science - Churches and Outreach
... After its foundation in 1888, by 1918 there were Divine Science churches in Denver, Seattle, Los Angeles, Oakland, Boston, Portland, Spokane, Saint Louis and New York ... Today, Divine Science has churches in Denver (the founding church), Washington D.C ... In recent years, Divine Science, with few site-based churches, has expanded its presence through cyber-ministries and e-mail ministries ...
Malinda Cramer - Divine Science
... opened what would become the Home College of Divine Science ... The term "Divine Science", however, was not coined by Cramer, but had been used earlier by Mary Baker Eddy, founder of Christian Science, as well as by ... In 1892, Cramer helped form the International Divine Science Association, a forerunner of the International New Thought Alliance, which would interconnect the various New Thought centers ...
Panentheism - In Religion - Christianity - New Thought Movement
... Choice · Prosperity Movement Denominations Divine Science · Jewish Science · Religious Science · Unity · Seicho-no-Ie Churches Church of the Truth · Centers for Spiritual Living · International New ... writers Other topics History • Literature • Glossary Religion portal Religious Science, Divine Science, and the Unity Church are religious denominations which represent a panentheistic worldview ...

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