Healing in the Christian Tradition
— HIST 0660 (3)
Human experience has been dogged by disease and injury, prompting universal attempts to deal with the effects. Explores Christian thought and practice in response to the belief that God intervenes directly to ensure physical and emotional health. Historically, this belief has found expression in several identifiable models. Examines the healing ministry of Jesus and will study the ministries and movements that illustrate the various models of healing. It will range through the three millennia of Christian experience, reaching beyond the 20th century, beyond North America, and beyond Protestantism.
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