- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
We live in an age of incredible medical technology, and with it, a great emphasis on health and well-being. We fully entrust the care of our bodies to the medical profession, often taking its solutions and judgments as gospel. But what role, if any, should our Christian faith play in all this?
In Reclaiming the Body, a physician and a theologian take a critical look at some of the assumptions we draw from the medical profession and explore what theology has to say about medicine, our bodies, our health, and the Body of Christ. The authors deal with such issues as suffering, caring for the sick, children and reproductive technologies, medicine and the poor, our obsession with physical perfection, and death and dying.
|1||Doctors and Christians||13|
|2||Naming the power of medicine||27|
|3||Life as a body||41|
|4||The shape of what's given||63|
|5||What are children for?||79|
|6||A body without borders||94|
|7||Perfection money can't buy||108|
|8||Frailty and grief, overcome by hope and love||122|