faith and medicine

Remembering Jewish Faith, Culture, and Tradition in Medicine

Remembering Jewish Faith, Culture, and Tradition in Medicine

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Over 3,000 years old, Judaism is one of the oldest monotheistic religions. Calling oneself a Jew draws on a rich history and a continually growing set of religious texts; it is a link to a culture of resilience and a peoplehood that have withstood incredible persecution and social restriction, immigration and assimilation. Thus, for many,(...)

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Christianity and Modern Medicine

Christianity and Modern Medicine

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Of the greatest miracles performed by Christ was his healing of lepers, the blind and the deaf. Gregor Mendel, a monk, was the father of modern genetics. Christian missionaries like Mother Teresa saved thousands of people in the name of God. The Christian faith and the art of healing have been connected for centuries, and(...)

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