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Miracle Healing in Christianity


Miracle Healing in Christianity

Christianity has a strong tradition of healing. Christians in the Global South traditionally came to faith through healing and deliverance. The first century was plagued by persecution for Christianity, but after Constantine converted in 312 the world turned a new leaf. Edict of Milan granted toleration to Christianity, and the Church grew from being persecuted to being state sponsored. As a result the church grew from five million to thirty million members. But many of these new converts were nominal Christians, who were more interested in receiving gifts and higher status jobs.

The New Testament portrays Christ as the Son of God. However, his message differs from the liberal views of his time. For example, in the New Testament, he faced the Devil, and demons cried out to him. The New Testament also depicts a Jesus who transcended his own time.

Jesus called twelve disciples. These disciples became known as the apostles. Jesus called them Boanerges, which means “Sons of Thunder.” They included James, Peter, and Thaddaeus. Judas Iscariot was also included among them. The disciples were then given instructions on how to preach the Gospel.

Christians are called to proclaim the gospel, and heal the sick. However, it is not an easy task. The Gospel calls us to love our enemies, forgive those who sin, and live holy lives. These commandments do not come easily, and they require a radical lifestyle change.

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