What do the Election Results Mean?

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The following is a blog from the Committee on Publication Federal Office that was posted on its website November 13, 2012 Generally speaking, the Nov 6. election will not drastically alter the Federal Office’s efforts with health care reform. The results of the election will continue the balance of power that has existed before: Barack Obama was reelected U.S. President Democrats retained control of the Senate Republicans stayed atop Continue Reading

The RNC and Healthy Politics


A guest post by Robert B. Clark, Committee on Publication for Florida Even though I live closer to the beach than the bay, Tampa’s hosting of the Republican National Convention (RNC) is already starting to impact my life. As soon as the last Olympic medal is awarded, the RNC will take center stage here in the Bay area. Then it gets serious. There’s great potential for the RNC to be a healthy event for everybody. Healthy politics? Really? Continue Reading

U.S. Supreme Court’s Ruling


Wondering what the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the health care reform law will mean? A live online town hall audio chat about the Supreme Court's ruling on the health care reform law is planned at  7:30pm EDT or 4:30pm PDT on Thursday, July 12, 2012. Learn more about the July 12 online forum. This just in from the Christian Science Press Room! The United States Supreme Court has ruled on the health care reform law By Christian Science Continue Reading

Moses and the Supreme Court


A guest post written by Robert B. Clark, Committee on Publication for Florida Whatever ruling the Supreme Court hands down in regard to the Affordable Care Act and its “individual mandate” our lawmakers will have to continue their monumental struggle to find common ground if health care reform is to move forward. How can we help? On a recent trip to Capitol Hill to meet with members of Florida’s Congressional delegation, I found myself in Continue Reading

How a Bill Becomes Law


  Want to better understand how our legislature works? Check out the official site for California legislative information. Here is a sample of what it has to offer. Overview of Legislative Process The process of government by which bills are considered and laws enacted by the California State Legislature is commonly referred to as the legislative process. The California State Legislature is made up of two houses: the Senate and the Continue Reading

Let’s Reason Together

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A guest post by Marsha Cunningham, originally posted December 10, 2010 Question: How can anything calling itself Christian be considered science? Answer: The Bible advises us, “Come, let us reason together” Isaiah 1:18.  God, as creator knows His creation thoroughly, understanding and maintaining it precisely.  So God, to start with, must be the supreme Scientist and taught His Divine Science to Christ Jesus who overthrew the material Continue Reading