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A FEW WORDS FROM THE LOST ART OF HEALING
No pleasure is quite akin to the joy of helping other human beings secure and lengthen their hold on life. (Pref. xx)
We ... turn to medicine to repair what essentially are tears in the social fabric wrought by violence, economic oppression, class ostracism, racism, sexism, and a host of other factors. In a consumer culture, in which nearly everything is treated as an article of consumption, medicalization is the response to mounting social frustration. Dissatisfactions with one's job, marriage, children, or with one's lot in life, are not uncommonly somaticized. (p. 317)
Drawing close to God
with contributions from David Helmer, Diane Schlie Bolman, Brenda Evers, Donna Summerhays, Robert Cameron Hill
items of interest
with contributions from Amanda James, Mark Porter, Nelson Mandela, Stephen Overell, Janet I. Tu
To be a healer, I had to learn to listen
By Ruth Elizabeth Jenks
For the love of healing
By Warren Bolon, Senior Writer
Is it contagious?
By Susan Clay
THE ART OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HEALING
Persistent prayer brings healing
My journey forward to complete health
More than a HEALING of a soccer injury
By Libby Brannon
Time for a checkup?
By Harriet Barry Schupp
Praying for my world—and ours
By Richard A. Nenneman
Healings span three generations
After my dad hurt his foot...
Picking up where my granddaughter...
Primitive Christian healing now, and always