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Miracle Healing in Christianity


Miracle Healing in Christianity

Christianity is the largest religion in the world, and is based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth. Its followers number 2.38 billion, making up almost a third of the world’s total population. The life of Jesus is the basis for the religion, and the faith is based on a belief in one God.

In the nineteenth century, Protestants experienced a revival in their faith, with missionaries fanned out across the globe. Many reported experiencing the “new birth” and receiving forgiveness of sins. Others were “sanctified” by the infilling of the Holy Spirit, which was believed to free believers from the power of sin.

In the Bible, Christ’s mission was to save the human soul. He came to save the world from sin and raise both the body and the soul. During the ministry of the Apostles, people were frequently healed. Many of these healings took place in private homes. In addition, the Bible says that 20-11% of the gospel accounts of Jesus’ public ministry were dedicated to reports of his physical healings and exorcisms.

As the church’s membership grew, the practice of healing shifted from persecution to toleration. After the conversion of Constantine in 312, the Roman Empire and its surrounding nations finally allowed Christianity to flourish. As a result, the growth of the church was unprecedented, from a few thousand to thirty million members. However, many of these new converts were just nominal Christians, who followed Jesus because of gifts or social status.

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