None of These Diseases: The Bible's Health Secrets for the 21st Century

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Revell, Mar 1, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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Extraordinary medical benefits are available to those who follow the Bible's teachings. The authors deal with stress, sex, anger, circumcision, tobacco, and more.
 

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User Review  - vegetarian - LibraryThing

I recall reading this around 1964 or 1965 - powerful arguments for preventing MOST of what ails most human beings, with textual references for quite a few of them spelling out that general idea. Read full review

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User Review  - Sheila - Christianbook.com

I tried to read the 1967 edition. He tells a patient a women beaten by her husband to give in to Him and she will find life and worthwhile happiness she tells Dr Mcmillen she leaving her husband He ... Read full review

Contents

The Source of Wholeness 1 Eel Eyes and Goose Guts
9
Back to the Breakthrough
12
A Labor of Love
17
To Sewer or Not to Sewer
27
A Cemetery Plot
36
Physical Wholeness
41
Beelzebub in a Bottle
43
Cancer by the Carton
55
The Secret of Great Sex
154
Emotional Wholeness
165
The SpiritMindBody Link
167
Public Enemy Number One
178
The StressFree Life
184
The Faith Factor
197
DangerAnger
205
The High Cost of Getting Even
211

Torture or Nurture?
71
The Mystery of the Eighth Day
80
Sexual Wholeness
87
Born Gay?
89
Sexual Musical Chairs
98
AIDSEveryones Problem
110
Americas Sexperiment
119
A Womans Right
128
Our Condom Nation
136
Spiritual Sexuality
148
Mind over Madder
217
Spiritual Wholeness
225
Eternitys Contact Lenses
227
Dont Shoot for the Moon
239
Are You Wearing a Parachute?
247
The Soul Set Free
255
A Guide for Parents
263
Notes
267
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S. I. McMillen, M.D., a graduate of University of Pennsylvania Medical School and the London School of Tropical Medicine, was a medical missionary in Africa for many years before he established a medical practice in New York. David E. Stern, M.D., is a graduate of Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia.

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