Question: What do Christian Science practitioners do?

A Christian Science practitioner is an individual who prays for others according to the teachings of Christian Science. According to the church, Christian Science practitioners address physical conditions, as well as relationship or financial difficulties and any other problem or crisis.

How much does a Christian Science practitioner charge?

Although medical diagnoses are irrelevant to practitioners, patients often describe their symptoms when they call. Local practitioners charge from $7 to $25 a day, depending on the length of treatment, their overhead expenses and other factors.

What is Christian Science treatment?

Christian Scientists understand their healing method to be based solely on the healing power of God, not of the human mind. Christian Science treatment relies on the regenerative power of Spirit, God, and is wholly Biblical and Christian in its approach to the healing of disease.

What is Christian Science belief?

Christian Science subscribes to the Christian belief in an omnipotent, purposeful God, accepts the authority (though not the inerrancy) of the Bible, and holds the Crucifixion and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ to be indispensable to the redemption of mankind.

What religion does not believe in doctors?

Today, many religious groups routinely reject some or all mainstream health care on theological grounds, including Christian Scientists, Jehovahs Witnesses, Amish and Scientologists. Fundamentalists tell us their lives are in the hands of God and we, as physicians, are not God, says Dr.

What religions do not believe in blood transfusions?

Jehovahs Witnesses believe that it is against Gods will to receive blood and, therefore, they refuse blood transfusions, often even if it is their own blood. The willing acceptance of blood transfusions by Jehovahs Witnesses has in some cases led to expulsion from and ostracisation by their religious community.

What do you call a person who believes in a God but not religion?

A theist is a very general term for someone who believes at least one god exists. The belief that God or gods exist is usually called theism. People who believe in God but not in traditional religions are called deists.

Do doctors believe in the afterlife?

In the survey of 1,044 doctors nationwide, 76 percent said they believe in God, 59 percent said they believe in some sort of afterlife, and 55 percent said their religious beliefs influence how they practice medicine.

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