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The Bible’s healing message

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David Robertson
In recent years, more and more effort has been invested in archeological attempts to validate the authenticity of Bible stories. Sometimes new discoveries have confirmed these efforts, but many answers still elude researchers. But what if there were a different and even more authentic way to affirm the truth of the Bible? For example, Jesus said, “He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father” (John 14:12). This teaching indicates that followers of Jesus today can heal as he did, and by this healing, confirm the truth of Jesus’ healings recorded in the Gospels.
How can we heal as Jesus did? The Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scripturesby Mary Baker Eddy answer that question. To explore this topic further, participate in this chat with Christian Science practitioner and teacher David Robertson, based in Stanfordville, New York, and Cedar Island, North Carolina.
About David Robertson: Before entering the full-time practice of Christian Science, David worked in international systems development for IBM. He began to further his Bible study, and attended Bangor (Maine) Theological Seminary, where he worked toward his master’s degree.
David has served The Mother Church in a variety of roles, including working in the Practitioners Department as well as serving as the Committee on Publication for the State of New York. He has written many articles published in the Christian Science periodicals. David practices and teaches Christian Science healing in Stanfordville, New York.

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