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We hope you’ll find answers to many of your questions about Christian Science on our site and through the embedded links.We’ve also provided a separate “Links” page for you to further explore the theology, history and activities of the world-wide Christian Science Church and its founder, Mary Baker Eddy. Eddy as “the law of God, the law of good….” These laws were discovered by Eddy in reading and praying about the healings of Christ Jesus in the Bible.Unfortunately, neither Christian conservative Old Testament scholars nor Christian scientists are in universal agreement.This topic covers a broad spectrum of issues so I am going to try and narrow the focus of the discussion.Dr Alexander will also give a public lecture at HKU called Slaves to our Genes? Transport to City U This event is open to academic researchers from across Hong Kong.If you would like to take advantage of co-ordinated transport to City U from other campuses, please contact us. Other talks you may like This talk is part of a series of public lectures held over three days.We also conduct Christian Science Bible studies at two local prisons to help those incarcerated to find Truth, help, and healing for their lives.

She wrote a book about her discovery of these laws of healing and titled it Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.

About the speaker Dr Denis Alexander is the Emeritus Director of The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St. He was previously Chair of the Immunology Programme and Head of the Laboratory of Lymphocyte Signalling and Development at The Babraham Institute, Cambridge.

He has many years’ experience of being known both as a scientist and as a Christian, and notably as an academic who will actively pursue fruitful engagement between science and religion.

Living organisms are constantly incorporating this C-14 into their bodies along with other carbon isotopes.

When the organisms die, they stop incorporating new C-14, and the old C-14 starts to decay back into N-14 by emitting beta particles.