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An Introduction to "Spirit-Filled Medicine" (An Exploration in Theology of Medicine)

Authors: Victor Christianto, Florentin Smarandache

In the light of the fact that proper discussion of theology of medicine is quite rare, this short article highlights the fundamental problem with modern (Western) medicine. China has taken a step forward by recognizing their cultural heritage called TCM. Of course it must be acknowledged that modern (Western) medicine has been very advanced, but also many problems such as side effects and also many toxic materials due to synthetic materials. It is also well known that chemotherapy has a chance to work at a miserable rate of less than 20%, so it is reasonable to argue that the 21st century requires a conceptual, new approach to treatment.

Comments: 10 Pages. This paper has been submitted to Canadian journal of pentecostal-charismatic christianity

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