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Body and soul : an enquiry into the effects of religion upon health, with a description of Christian works of healing from the New Testament to the present day

Author: Percy Dearmer
Publisher: London : I. Pitman & Sons, 1909.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Percy Dearmer
OCLC Number: 6807162
Description: x, 405 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Part I. General --
I. Outward and Inward --
II. The significance of the nerves --
III. The effect of mind on body --
IV. The undermind or subconscious self --
A. Discovery and nature of the undermind --
B. The psychology of the New Testament (soul and spirit) --
V. How the undermind works --
A. The three levels --
b. Intelligence in the lower centers --
C. Cooperation of the overmind with the lowest level --
D. Cooperation of all three levels --
VI. The cells --
A. Activity of the cells --
B. The cells a colony --
C. The undermind and the cells --
VII. Health and recovery --
VIII. The material factor --
A. Microbes --
B. What medicine has done --
IX. Mind-cause and mind-cure --
A. Nervous control --
B. Doctors and suggestion --
C. Normality of mind-cure --
D. Limitations in mind-cure --
E. Hypnotism --
X. The neurotic theory of mind-cure --
A. The evidence of Christianity --
B. Functional and organic --
C. Hypnotism XI. Spiritual power --
A. Miracle-mental and spiritual --
B. The unworthiness of the minister --
C. The source of life --
D. Growth of spiritual capacity --
E. Suggestion --
F. Faith and grace --
Part II. The New Testament --
XII. The therapeutic records of the gospels --
A. Record of St. Mark --
B. Record of St. Matthew --
C. St. Luke --
D. St. John --
E. Table of the healing works of Christ --
XIII. Demoniac possession --
XIV. The power that healed --
A. Faith: were the miracles evidential? --
XV. The methods employed by Christ --
A. Word, touch, telepathy, suggestion --
XVI. Disciples and those who were not disciples --
XVII. The mission of the disciples --
XVIII. The record of the Acts --
A. List of the miracles --
B. The persons who healed --
C. Faith in the name --
D. Methods employed XIX. The reserve of the disciples --
A. Reserve as to Christ's works --
B. Reasons for this reticence --
C. Reserve as to the work of the church --
D. The Eucharist and health --
E. Gifts of healing --
XX. The thorn in the flesh --
A. Selfishness and sacrifice --
B. Sickness and sin --
C. The war with disease --
XXI. The unction of the sick --
A. The teaching of St. James --
B. Growth of the medieval view --
C. Roman Catholic teaching --
XII. The ministers of unction --
Part III. Faith-healing from the second century to modern times --
XXIII. Works of healing in the primitive church --
XXIV. The early use of oil and other medicaments --
A. The first three centuries --
B. The liturgy of Serapion --
C. Oil, water, and bread --
D. Combination of spiritual and medical treatment --
D. Drugs XXV. Relics and pilgrimages --
A. Lamps --
B. Relics --
C. Incubation --
D. Medieval shrines --
E. The pilgrim --
XXVI. Healing by saintly persons --
A. Canonisation-R.H. Hutton on miracles --
XXVII. Touching for the king's evil --
Part IV. The present day --
XXIX. Unction to-day in the Anglican church --
A. The rite since the Reformation --
B. The present English prayer book --
C. The revival of unction in the Anglican Church --
D. The non-jurors and unction --
E. Lambeth Conference --
XXIX. Faith-healing today in East and West --
A. America and Europe --
B. The Shrines of Greece --
XXX. Lourdes --
XXXI. The significance of the inner-health movement --
A. Therapeutic importance of religion --
B. Miracles, not proofs but signs --
C. That seeking health is a religious duty --
D. That pain is not God's will --
E. Of the fundamental nature of the Spirit --
F. Doctors, parsons, and nurses --
XXXII. Conclusion --
A. Health --
B. The true meaning of salvation --
C. Peace.
Responsibility: by Percy Dearmer.

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