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Long-expected healing wings

How far can theology and scripture take us towards health, asks James Woodward


Wounds that Heal: Theology, imagination and health
Jonathan Baxter, editor

SPCK £15.99 (978-0-281-05830-3)
Church Times Bookshop £14.40

COLLECTIONS of essays mostly present a challenge for a reviewer. They are usually uneven, often attractively diverse, and generally afford little opportunity for sustained argument. Publishers fear poor sales, and tend to avoid ...

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