Healing in the New Testament
— PENT 0736 (3)
After a brief survey of the Old Testament, explores the theme of healing in the New Testament. By means of narrative analysis, the role of healing miracles in each of the Gospels and the Book of Acts is examined in order to assess their theological significance. References to healing in other New Testament documents are also examined. Seeks to integrate the various New Testament theologies of healing with contemporary Pentecostal theology and practice. Prerequisite: BIBL 0501 or permission of instructor.
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