Rooting out bias and suspicion - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor


On letting the Christ guide our interactions with others.

Sometimes political discussions center on perceived differences between races and religions, or between people of different social, political, or economic status, in ways that can bring a rising tide of suspicion toward each other. For instance, recently I asked a stranger for directions and information, and I noticed that we initially exchanged suspicious glances at each other before I began speaking. I was startled by that all-too-common temptation to judge others by differences such as race, age, and gender.  An impulse to be suspicious of others in this way is contrary to what my study of Christian Science has taught me about our real, spiritual nature as children of God (see Psalms 100:3). Read more.

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