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Compassion for the Marginalized: How Jesus's Healing Ministry can be a Model for Christian Healthcare Professionals
Many modern-day, Christian health professionals describe their work as a ministry—a way to share the gospel, even if indirectly. What would it look like, however, to have a healing ministry like Jesus? To answer this ...
The Faithful and the Distressed: How Likely are Christians to Seek Psychotherapy Treatment for Psychological Distress?
Differences in causation (biological, psychosocial, spiritual) of five psychological disorders (depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, anxiety disorders, ADHD) and types of counseling/therapy (pastoral care, Christian ...
Christianity and Creatureliness: Becker, Percy, and John Paul II on a Right Understanding of Death and Sufferring
The denial of death and the desire to abolish suffering both empty a person of humanity; Christianity reconciles these issues while keeping creatureliness intact. For Ernest Becker, the denial of death results from the ...