Healing In The New Testament Paperback

by John J Pilch;

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Healing In The New Testament

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How are we to read and understand stories of Jesus healing the lame, deaf, blind, and those with a variety of other maladies? Pilch takes us beyond the historical and literary questions to examine the social questions of how the earliest followers of Jesus and ancient Judeans understood healing, what roles healers played, and the different emphases on healing among the gospels.


John J. Pilch is Professor of Biblical Studies at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. Pilch is also a popular speaker in parishes and at conferences, and he contributes regularly to Biblical Theology Bulletin and The Bible Today.

In his comparative analysis, the author draws on the anthropology of the Mediterranean as well as the models employed by medical anthropologists to understand peasant societies and their health-care systems.Utilizes social-science modelsFeatures a complementary web- site with additional resources.

Healing In The New Testament by John J Pilch was published by Augsburg Fortress Publishers in December 1999 and is our 55577th best seller. The ISBN for Healing In The New Testament is 9780800631789.

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Details for Healing In The New Testament

Author / Artist
Book Formatpaperback
PublisherAugsburg Fortress Publishers (December 1999)
Number of Pages176
Thickness13 mm
Height235 mm
Width159 mm
Product Code116628
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