A Man of Sorrows

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iUniverse, Aug 1, 2001 - Fiction - 269 pages
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A Man of Sorrows is the story of Matthew Harrison, M.D., a young medical resident with a gift: the power to heal people by touching them. Matthew's gift of healing is unwelcomed by his colleagues as he begins a residency at a University hospital. Even his best friend, Chief Resident Kevin Hargrove, is angrily suspicious of Matthew's abilities; which just might transform him as well. Forced to resign, Matthew faces the loss of his career, his family, and his future. As he leaves the stone walls of the establishment, he begins a rocky journey through the clashing worlds of standard and alternative medicine as he seeks to discover how his gift might work in the world. A Man of Sorrows, grounded in a world in which medicine has lost its soul, is a compelling story of the quest for spiritual transformation. In a society desperately searching for meaning, A Man of Sorrows is more than a story of the clash of medicine and miracles. It is a book filled with deep spiritual wisdom; a rich and engaging drama of conflict and transformation.

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