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Ave Maria Press, 1974 - Religion - 333 pages
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Francis MacNutt, a pioneer in the modern healing ministry in the Catholic Church, has provided a primer on divine healing that is an equal blend of practical, experiential data and sophisticated theological reflection.

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Review: Healing: Revised and Expanded

User Review  - Jeffrey Sisemoore - Christianbook.com

I wrote a review of this book in May of this year, but want to add to that review now.This book is a wonderful introduction to healing prayer, written by a man who has taken the time to research the ... Read full review

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User Review  - tgee - LibraryThing

This vague book draws much on the experiences and teaching of, amongst others, Agnus Sanford. If you've ever read her book "The Healing Light", you'll know that this warm, caring woman was grossly pagan and heretical in her sorcerous teaching. Highly recommend staying away from this book. Read full review


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Francis MacNutt, Ph.D., who as a young Roman Catholic priest was prominent in the charismatic renewal in the 1960s, is the author of the best-selling Healing, as well as Deliverance from Evil Spirits and other books on healing prayer. He and his wife, Judith, also conduct an extensive teaching ministry through conferences, seminars, tapes, and speaking engagements. They are the founders of Christian Healing Ministries in Jacksonville, Florida.

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