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Healing and Healers Today by Jim Thompson
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Healing and Healers Today

by Jim Thompson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0852349335, Paperback)

As Christians, how should we respond when we hear of claims to a restoration of the New Testament gift of healing? What should our reaction be when we are told that a healing evangelist is holding meetings in our town? That Christ and the apostles miraculously healed the sick is part of our faith but are there people today who possess the same gift?

This book sets out to investigate these claims to the gift of healing, and in doing so raises troubling questions about the Word-Faith movement which influences so many people.

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