2023
DOI: 10.1177/00243639231178608
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Is There Such a Thing as Theological Medicine?

Abstract: The idea that science must be understood in existential contradiction to religion and even theology is more of a conviction than a philosophical or experiential necessity. Indeed, we may now propose “Theological Medicine” as a new terminology for a perennial reality: that most physicians, health care providers, patients, and their caretakers experience the reality of illness within a theological framework, at least for those who have some degree of spiritual or religious belief. Developing a curriculum in Theo… Show more

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