Synopses & Reviews
Have you ever gone into a doctor's office and come out feeling like a laboratory project rather than a human being? This book offers a refreshing perspective.
In Dr. Daniel's forty years in the medical community, he has discovered an important truth: people find more complete healing when treated as integrated persons - with minds as well as bodies, emotions as well as muscles, spirits as well as skin.
Through real-life stories and insightful studies, Fountain uses his experience to explore a balanced relationship between faith, medicine, and ultimate spiritual hope.
What is the spiritual factor in healing? Can miracles and medicine have any relation to each other? Dr. Daniel Fountain helps readers rethink concepts about the underlying connection between faith, wholeness, and healing in this articulate and careful study. Through balanced and detailed research on the nature of healing, illness, medical caregiving, and Scriptural faith, Dr. Fountain leads readers through a discussion of the relationship between medicine and miracles.
Fountain helps readers rethink concepts about the underlying connection between faith, wholeness, and healing in this articulate and careful study.
Dr. Fountain is a faculty member of the Christian Medical and Dental Society and a recognized authority for his work with AIDS patients. He is the founder and former director of several health programs and hospitals in Africa, serves as an international health consultant for MAP International, and has received numerous awards for community health service.