As we begin Lent, take a look at this stupendous film: here it is on Vimeo. See links below for critique and reviews as well as Dreyer’s own statement of cinematic mysticism.
Here’s the film with English subtitles:
Here’s his faith testimony. See link: Confessions of a Happy Christian
This book (see link above) demonstrates how divine healing works in Judaism. The author draws significantly from the Hasidic lineage, which has been widespread in Europe and the US since the 18th century. Divine Science is equivalent, the author says, to the Jewish understanding of Wisdom, plentifully documented throughout the Bible and Jewish traditions. Please follow the link above for a pdf of the book.
Jewish Divine Science, discussed by this author, is in conversation with Christian Science. The author strongly rejects Christian Science and advises Jews to look for healing within their own Jewish traditions.
King of Kings: (Lazarus starts at 5:45 up to 10 min):
Jesus Film (1979)
See link: CrucifiedSaviors
Here’s a classic book in pdf, written about a hundred years ago. Though the methodology of this study has been critiqued, its intention and impulse are sincere and constructive: to demonstrate the universal teachings and symbols within various religions, globally, from the east and the west, the south and the north, and to dismantle barriers of dogma and difference that cause suspicion and animosity.
Here’s a healer of Jewish heritage (Lillian Schwabe: 1911-2012) who became a Christian Scientist.
Here’s a link to it and interview with her.
The healer, Lillian Schwabe, was 100 years old (in 2011) when she was interviewed by A Better World. (See link above.) She practiced a method of divine healing, which was rooted in Christian Science while shaped by Jewish spirituality and scriptures. Here’s a fascinating and inspiring interview.