Eschatology (religious Movement)

Eschatology (religious Movement)

Eschatology is a Christian religious movement founded by American writer and practitioner William W. Walter after Walter left Mary Baker Eddy's Christian Science church in 1912. He named his organization "The Walter Method of Christian Science"; the term Eschatology as a trade mark for Walter's teaching was not used until the 1920s.

Read more about Eschatology (religious Movement):  William W. Walter, Christian Science and Eschatology, Eschatology After Walter, Criticism

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Eschatology (religious Movement) - Criticism
... The Journal of the American Medical Association (22 September 1989) reported on a study of more than 5.5 thousand Christian Scientists as compared to a lay group of almost 30 thousand ... The death rate among Christian scientists from cancer double the national average, and 6 percent of them died from causes considered preventable by doctors ...