Malinda Cramer is the Founder of Divine Science and the Author of: Lessons in Science and Healing. Basic Statements and Health Treatment of Truth. The Divine Science Movement has two roots, each considered a separate work, that later combined. The first root began in by Malinda E. Cramer of San. Often overlooked Malinda Cramer was one of the most important early leaders of the New Thought movement. She is frequently described as ahead of her time.
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The Early History of Divine Science
Divine Science is unique in that it came to be from the spiritual healing of two women, who did not know each other, one in San Francisco and the other in Crxmer, who separately began their healing ministries and only later met and chose to combine their organizations, becoming malida we know today as Divine Science. Malinda Cramer was born in and moved to San Francisco for health reasons in By she was teaching and healing full time and had called her program Divine Science.
That same year she launched the monthly magazine Harmony. She was injured in the San Francisco earthquake and died from the injuries in Nona Brooks was born in into a family that had had numerous health problems and had moved to Colorado for an improved health climate.
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Nona developed a serious throat ailment that made it difficult to eat, causing her to lose weight. A friend of her sister, Althea, met Mrs.
Frank Bingham who had sought and obtained a cure from Emma Curtis Hopkins. They attended classes taught by Mrs. She declared that the whole ,alinda was filled with light and that evening ate a regular supper with the rest of the family.
A third sister, Fannie Brooks James, began teaching the same classes Mrs. Bingham had been teaching, while Nona began providing healing treatments in cra,er free time.
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Fannie’s classes rapidly grew and eventually all three sisters were teaching and healing full time. This opened a college inbegan holding Sunday services in and launched their monthly magazine, Fulfillmentin The publication attracted a visit from Malinda Cramer to Denver, at which time the women met in person and discovered the similarity of their paths. The Brooks sisters decided to adopt Divine Science as their name and, according to Braden: Cramer and the Brooks sisters was complete, and they willingly co-operated throughout the years.
Cramer in the movement became centered in Denver and was led by Nona Brooks until her death in We differ from some of the other groups, who are doing very fine work, because we do not go in for visualizing or outlining what is our highest good.
We believe that God knows best for us. Our belief is in the Omnipresence and our expression malinsa it. Although Nona Brooks did much to expand the organization, there was no formal organization untilwhich resulted in there being only a few dozen Divine Science churches, most of them existing in major cities.
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The official website is at: View the discussion thread. HI Background of New Thought. New Thought Branches Unity: Charles and Myrtle Fillmore Divine Science: Annie Rix Militz Religious Science: Barbara King Class 5: Divine Science Divine Science is unique in that it came to be from the spiritual healing of two women, who did not know each other, one in San Francisco and the other in Colorado, who separately began their healing ministries and only later met and chose to combine their organizations, becoming what we know today as Divine Science.
Malinda Cramer Malinda Cramer was born in ccramer moved to San Francisco for health reasons in Nona Brooks Nona Brooks was born in into a family that had had numerous health problems and had moved to Colorado for an improved health climate. Like Us on Facebook.