List of Christian Scientists (religious denomination)

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This list concerns the role that members of the denomination called Church of Christ, Scientist had in world history. For a list about Christians who are also scientists go to List of Christian thinkers in science.

Politics[edit]

Political figures[edit]

Arts and Entertainment[edit]

Artists[edit]

Entertainment figures[edit]

Sports[edit]

Athletes/Sportspeople[edit]

Intellectual life[edit]

Academia[edit]

Journalism[edit]

Exploration, Invention, and Science[edit]

Notable people raised in Christian Science[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  7. ^ GWU
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  71. ^ Sunday Herald - Mar 17, 1963
  72. ^ The Washington Post
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  74. ^ Jewish Journal
  75. ^ The Palm Beach Post of March 1, 1980
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  92. ^ UCLA
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  94. ^ SFGate for December 20, 1998: "These days Woodard goes to a Christian Science church."
  95. ^ Adherents.com: "As an adult (after college) and as an artist I thought about what was real, what sustained me -- it was Christian Science."
  96. ^ The Miami News of July 23, 1976
  97. ^ LA Times on Alan Young's memoir: Although he remains a devotee of writings by Christian Science founder Mary Baker Eddy, he is no longer a churchgoer.
  98. ^ Boston Sports Media[dead link]
  99. ^ ESPN
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  111. ^ "An interview: Why I left the medical profession for Christian Science" Christian Science Journal (April 1980). Retrieved June 17.
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  115. ^ Obit Eagle Tribune obit[dead link]
  116. ^ Time Magazine
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  118. ^ Time Magazine
  119. ^ Adherents.com
  120. ^ New York Times
  121. ^ HRC
  122. ^ Sydney Morning Herald
  123. ^ Adherents.com
  124. ^ Encyclopædia Britannica
  125. ^ Farrar, Janet and Stewart
  126. ^ Superstud
  127. ^ Times Online
  128. ^ MSNBC
  129. ^ The Guardian
  130. ^ Contemporary Lit
  131. ^ Phoenix New Times[dead link]
  132. ^ Toledo Blade
  133. ^ Adherents.com
  134. ^ Song Facts
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  136. ^ The New York Times
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  141. ^ Connecticut Post[dead link]
  142. ^ The Observer
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  145. ^ The religion of Robin Williams, actor, comedian

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