The Cult of Christian Science
shared with you by
Kraig J. Rice

On Sunday morning, March 30, 2008, the Lord started dealing with me in the Spirit. He impressed upon me that there was a lot of confusion going on and that I was to minister in this area. I was not expecting this and I started scratching my head as to just exactly what the Lord had in mind because what He told me was kind of general. I realized: what could be more confusing than folks who label themselves as "Christians"- who are supposed to be obedient to Jesus Christ and His Word- to go around believing and teaching the doctrines of devils. So this is what lead me to pen this document in the hopes I could reach someone who was confused, or about to turn away from Christ, or to reach someone who had already done so to bring them back.

Just what is the doctrine of devils? In a nut-shell it is false belief. Is that dangerous? Yes, very much so. Why? Because the false belief offers another way of salvation rather than through the blood of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is the only way to Heaven
(John 14:6).

What about this cult? Christian Science is a Christian Cult started by Mary Baker Eddy. She referred to God as Divine Mind, Heaven is not a locality, there is no literal hell, and evil does NOT really exist. This cult has reading rooms in nearly every large city in the U.S.

If you live in the continental United States you can purchase good books on cults at your local Christian book store. However, if you are a foreign national from another country you may not have ready access to this material. In that case you can find it here.

The good Lord has raised up a number of very good "Cult Busters" in the past. Several have written books that are now out of print in regards to false doctrine. You can download free pages from 3 of these books written about this cult.

Here is a tract about the Christian Science Cult
(printed by the Assemblies of God)

Here are 4 pages on Christian Science from the book
Handbook of Denominations by Frank S. Mead, 1951

Here are 9 pages in regards to the Christian Science cult from the book
Cults and Isms by Russell P. Spittler, 1962

Here are 36 pages from the book
The Kingdom of the Cults by Walter R. Martin, 1965

I hope you like to read. I recommend that you download one page at a time as it may take too long for all of the pages to load if you desire to download this entire web page at once.

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As of August 24, 2008