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letter (nucleus - autumn 2012)

editor Having experienced many mostly charismatic churches and practices, I read with interest Bernard Palmer's article Praying for the Sick. (1) Healing is something that we pray for a lot, but don't properly understand. who calls the shots We understand from Scripture that God in Trinity loves us (Romans...

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A theological diagnosis (triple helix - Christmas 2011)

This unusual book includes chapters on theology, genetic techniques and faith healing. The surprising link is the author's experience with the L'Arche community. He reviews the literature on the theology of disability and explains his personal theology of grace and concern for each individual known by name. An unnecessarily detailed...

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hard questions about health and healing (nucleus - summer 2011)

Hard Questions About Healthand Healing – Andrew Fergusson CMF 2005 RRP £8.00 (but £4 on 12-12 scheme!) The book begins by looking at the foundations of what we believe as Christians, as a basis to approach the issues of health and healing. It discusses the need for a balance between the...

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A pathologist looks at healing (triple helix - summer 2011)

David Powell qualified in medicine in 1952. He was awarded the MD (Commend) Ed 1959, FRCPath 1974 and FRCP 1981. I say this to make the point that David is not a new boy to medicine. He has been around a long time and has given very careful consideration to...

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a curious case (triple helix - summer 2011)

The setting of this encounter is Lebanon, which was under the joint control of Rome and Syria; Jesus was able to stay with some Jews who lived there. He had gone away from Israel for a break but even so word got around, and this woman managed to push her...

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A curious cure? (triple helix - Easter 2011)

The Galilean village of Nain is nine miles south of Nazareth and is still occupied today. It is aptly named (Hebrew: pleasant) because it is half way up a hill with a spectacular view over the Jezreel valley below to snow-capped mountains beyond. The nearby hills are studded with caves. As...

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Cardinal Newman's Miracle (triple helix - Christmas 2010)

The making of a Saint? In September 2010, at a much publicised ceremony during the British visit of Pope Benedict XVI, the late Cardinal Newman was beatified. There are two stages in the making of a Catholic saint, beatification and canonisation, and each stage requires evidence of a miracle resulting from...

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medical miracles - doctors, saints and healing in the modern world (triple helix - Christmas 2009)

Historian and haematologist Dr Duffin diagnosed severe acute leukaemia from a bone marrow sample. Surprisingly the patient survived, following prayers to a woman 200 years previously who had become Canada's first Catholic saint. This led Duffin to explore the Vatican Secret Archives. Four purported miracles must lie behind every 'saint', but...

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Healing miracles at Lakeland? (triple helix - Christmas 2008)

Earlier this year supernatural phenomena were being reported in Lakeland, Florida at 'revival' events organised by Fresh Fire Ministries, and led by Todd Bentley. [1] Respected evangelical R T Kendall, now retired in Florida, was concerned but did not want to ignore a true work of God: [2] ...

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Does God Still Do Miracles? - An MD Examines (Book Review) (triple helix - summer 2008)

This excellent short book deserves to be widely read, not least by Christian doctors and church leaders. 'Health and wealth prosperity teaching' flourishes across the world. Bible teachers should understand what the Bible says about wealth, but medical people with pastoral hearts are needed in every congregation to unravel the...

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