A higher sense of human rights - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor
On elevating the human rights for all.
It’s been three years since the inauguration of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, a museum devoted to helping people understand human rights and to promoting respect and dialogue. Since September 2014, some 860,000 people have participated in its exhibits and programs.
The founder of The Christian Science Monitor, Mary Baker Eddy (1821-1910), had a great interest in human rights. Raised in a Congregationalist home in New England, she turned not to history but to the Bible and to Jesus for a sense of human rights, grounded in what she understood spiritually. Beyond a view of God as distant, judgmental, and unpredictable, and beyond a view of religion as denominational and limiting, she found in the Bible moral direction, health, freedom, and equality for all. Read more
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