'Inward and Outward Health': John Wesley's Holistic Concept of Medical Science, the Environment, and Holy Living
Epworth, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 238 pages
Offers a perspective on the medical and scientific activity of one of the eighteenth century's most successful and controversial theological figures, John Wesley. This book deals with topics including: A Wesleyan Theology of Environmental Stewardship; John Wesley's Cures for Consumption; and, John Wesley on the Body-Soul Connection.
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