Health and Medicine in the Anabaptist Tradition: Care in Community

Book, 1995, 160 pp
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In this book Snyder helps readers understand the distinctive commitments of Anabaptists, especially as these influence Anabaptist approaches to health and medicine. Understandings of wellness and illness, care and cure, suffering and death are taken up in a communal context, and approach that demands serious consideration in our times.
GenrePersonal Theory/Thesis
ExpressionGeneral Writing/Recording
PublisherPark Ridge Center

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