Jesus as Healer by Harold Remus
(Understanding Jesus Today)

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This book presents in readable, nontechnical language the findings of the latest biblical scholarship on one important aspect of "who Jesus was"--Jesus as healer. It guides readers through the New Testament's portraits of Jesus, setting the stage for these portraits by looking at sickness and its treatment in Jesus' day. The author concludes with a carefully weighed answer to the question "did Jesus really heal?", and offers topics for discussion and suggestions for further reading that allow the interested reader to explore the subject in more detail.
 

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Published April 13, 1997 by Cambridge University Press. 160 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Patheos

Gilson, unlike most Thomists of that time (including Maritain), was an accomplished prose stylist who wrote not only studies of Aquinas, but also a retelling of the Abelard and Heloise history, a reading of Darwin, and a wonderful book on art.

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