This article disentangles two words and two ways of thinking: belief rooted in faith in religion and belief rooted in facts of science. Since the Enlightenment, scientific discovery has been rapidly undermining millennia of persistent world views rooted deep in the foundations of theological constructs. Here, I've broken down these drastic differences in logic and look at the history and practice of Christian Science to gain understanding of a coexistence of thought meshed into the holistic framework known as Christian science. Here we begin with a modernist assumption of what science is today and challenge our ideas of what science looks like through a religious lens.
Here I've learned how to be objective in writing about religion, which is usually a biased subject for anyone. Putting my feelings aside, I took on my assumptions of words I thought I knew, but I only found that meaning , as with words, come and go.