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Review of Healing in the Bible: Theological Insight for Christian Ministry by Frederick J. Gaiser *

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In this review of the book Healing in the Bible by Frederick J. Gaiser, first an overview of the content and major arguments of the book is given, followed by an appreciative response to Gaiser’s study. The evaluation includes comments on Gaiser’s methodology and the many strengths and helpful insights of the book, followed by some questions, challenges and issues which the book raises. The affirmative conclusion is that Gaiser presents a very balanced and carefully nuanced approach to the topic of healing in the Bible. His study also addresses a neglected topic in Old Testament scholarship and thus fills an important need. The book is highly recommended as an essential read for anyone seeking to understand more about God as healer.


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