Healing and Christianity
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Release Date: Wednesday, March 1, 1995
Format: Paperback, 384 pages 9 x 6 inches
Publisher: Augsburg Books
Table of Contents
The classic history of healing in the
Christian church from biblical times to the
"This book promises to be the definitive work on healing, examining medical and psychological developments and their interrelatedness with the healing of mind, body, spirit, and emotions….This is a comprehensive examination of healing, including Jesus' healing ministry and healing in the early church. A practical plan for introducing a healing ministry in today's church is offered."
"This intelligent defense of the healing potential of Christianity merits careful attention."
"Of inestimable value to those who wish to understand the historical roots of the church's present attitudes toward healing….Prophetic and timely."
--Union Seminary Quarterly
Preface to Third Edition
1. Is the Question Settled?
2. The Case Against Christian Healing
3. Religious Healing in the Ancient World
4. The Unique Healing Ministry of Jesus of Nazareth
5. What, How, and Why Did Jesus Heal?
6. Signs, Wonders, and Mighty Works
7. The Expectation of Every Chrisitan
8. Healing in the Victorious Church
9. Healing in Western Christianity
10. A New Understanding of Healing Emerges
11. Body, Emotions, and Healing
12. Healing the Emotions
13. A Place for Religious Healing in the Modern World
14. Implementing the Healing Ministry in the Church Today
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