Faith Cure : Divine Healing In The Holiness And Pentecostal Movements


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As Holiness denominations began to emerge out of Methodism and other denominations, they were characterized by three distinctive teachings: sanctification, divine healing, and dispensational views of the second coming. This book will look at the second element: the roots of divine healing teaching, its results, its practitioners, its cultural milieu, its biblical and theological foundations, and its relevance today. In general, in this period Holiness and Pentecostal leaders offered healing as an experience and expectation within the community of faith and did not see themselves in any way as dispensers of healing. Their teaching and practice has persisted in many churches today. Hardesty focuses on the period from roughly 1870 to 1920, and in the last chapters, discusses spiritual healing and its connection with the broader cultural search for alternative medicines.

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SKU (ISBN): 9780801046490
Nancy Hardesty
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: 2003
Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers

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