Christian Science – What It Is and How It Works

Event Details

Michelle Nanouche

Michelle Nanouche

Thursday May 28 — 7.30 pm

459 S. California Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94306

You are invited to this prerecorded talk by Michelle Nanouche.

Through honest talk about the questions skeptics ask, this one-hour lecture tackles the essentials of Christian Science – it’s theology, its Christianity and its role in healing.

The challenging problems we face today demand a fresh approach to solutions. We can no longer afford to overlook or sweep aside spirituality as key to making real progress on the questions that relate to life and health. International speaker Michelle Nanouche says, “Through honest talk about the questions skeptics ask, I give a one hour talk that tackles the essentials of Christian Science – its theology, its Christianity and its relevance today.”

Nanouche explores a variety of questions, including “Isn’t healing a question of purely physical factors based on a patient’s biology and genetic make-up, then applying drugs and surgery to correct it?” “Does prayer still have a role in healing in light of modern medical advancements?” “Are we just talking about positive thinking or is there something more to Christian Science?” “How is Christian Science considered scientific when it excludes matter and material methods in its approach to healing?” and “Is it safe?”

Nanouche will offer compelling examples – including a crippling leg injury – from her professional practice of healing to illustrate the “how to” of Christian Science treatment. Her ideas are based on the teachings of Jesus as recorded in the Bible, and as discussed in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, the discoverer and founder of Christian Science.  Michelle Nanouche is a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship.

Sponsored by First Church of Christ, Scientist, Palo Alto.
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