In this book Amanda Porterfield demonstrates that healing has played a major Porterfield traces the origin of Christian healing and maps its transformations in. Amanda Porterfield, Healing in the History of Christianity (Oxford University Press , ), pages, ISBN Healing has played an important role. Journal of Religious History · Volume 32, Issue 1 · Journal of Healing in the History of Christianity ‐ by Amanda Porterfield. Diana Jefferies.
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Porterfield chronicles these changes, at the same time shedding important new light on the universality of religious healing. Choose your country or region Close. Ranging from Galilee to Lourdes and beyondshe investigates the intriguing world of angels and demons and boldly explores the biological bases of spiritual healing.
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Healing is one of the most constant themes in the long and sprawling history of Christianity. Oxford University PressAug 25, – Religion – pages.
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Ignatius was the first to describe the eucharist as the medicine of immortality. Healing in the History of Christianity Amanda Porterfield. She portrfield the author of The Transformation of American Religion: Theological Dialogue with Classical Pentecostals.
Bosworth research at FFBosworth. Her study allows us to see more clearly than ever before that healing has always been and remains central to the Christian vision of sin and redemption, healinv and bodily resurrection. Porterfield begins her discussion with a focus on the ministry of Christ as presented in the Gospel of Mark.
It should be noted that she is a believer in healing. The book is an eye-opener. Changing Christian ideas of healing, Porterfield shows, are a window into broader changes in religious authority, church structure, and ideas about sanctity, history, resurrection, and the kingdom of God.
While the book is thorough in its survey of Christian healing, it surprisingly omits some of the prominent names and events that are often discussed in Pentecostal revival and divine healing movements. Oxford University Press Amazon. Noll, author of America’s God: She is the Robert A.
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