A good way to avoid having to have your edits removed is to post commentary on the talk pages of articles. You are welcome to say whatever you want there, it won't be removed, people can respond, you can respond to them. And maybe, just maybe, if your case is as good as you claim it will mean actual changes to the article. tmtoulouse 17:46, 27 June 2009 (UTC)
 Article is mis-categorized and vastly incorrect
Christian Science Given the following definitions, I would like to know how it is that one could consider the name an oxymoron?
Christian: Following the teachings or manifesting the qualities or spirit of Jesus Christ.
Science: Ability to produce solutions in some problem domain (as in Christian Science the healing of sin, disease or death)
Seems pretty straightforward. I see no "Pseudoscience" as is depicted by the "misinformed" and obviously hateful author of this article.
Many documented and verified (thousands upon thousands) healings exist to substantiate the claims of Christian Science and I might add, not JUST Christian Science but also SCIENTIFICALLY and other religious beliefs as well.
Why is there such a big deal made out of the "casualties" of Christian Science anyhow when in fact there are millions of people dying each year under conventional medical care? The original article written is only written in spite and has no backing whatsoever.
Is the Nancy Brewster article all you can come up with? The article that is written about Nancy does NOT depict a true Christian Scientist as they are taught to be in Christian Science. Perhaps I should list the millions of casualties caused by conventional medical care that far outweigh the handful of Christian Science? Does this site allow for several million pages full of names and cases?
- Would you mind if I moved this to the Christian Science talk page? I think it will be better "on topic" on that page, and get more traffic? tmtoulouse 17:57, 27 June 2009 (UTC)
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Consider signing up with an account, but its totally voluntary. After you have posted a comment include four tilda afterwards: ~~~~ that "signs" the comment so people know who wrote it. tmtoulouse 21:00, 27 June 2009 (UTC)