Breast Cancer Survivors
Barbara Wilson grows up during the same period on the West Coast in a family committed to Christian Science beliefs. Blue Windows chronicles the life of a daughter to an observant Christian Science mother, who suffered first from prolonged and disturbing mental illness, and later from breast cancer. In keeping with her religious convictions, Wilson's mother refused all medical treatment, relying instead on practitioners (faith healers). Wilson is intrigued by Christian Science, in part because its teachings dominated her mother's life, in part because Mary Baker Eddy's teaching now seems to serve as a backdrop for many components of New Age religion, in part because she once believed it and remembers its intensity. As she writes
The groups opposing the doctor's appointment betrayed the depth of their view that outspoken Christians should not serve in such positions when they said Hager's ideological views created a conflict of interest that should disqualify him from serving, as if his Christian convictions would taint his medical objectivity. Following this line of thinking, one wonders whether an atheist's views, conversely, would color his medical objectivity, or whether doctrinaire pro-choice scientists might be too biased, for example, to acknowledge the clinically supported connection between abortion and breast cancer. Should atheists and pro-abortionists automatically be excluded from public service
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