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Christianity’s Contributions: Hospitals opened (Part 4)

As we close out this series on Christianity’s contributions to society, we focus on healthcare.  Besides the opening of hospitals and asylums, the training and education of those who cared for the ill was improved.  Nursing is one example. In the Early Church, widows, deaconesses, and young women were nurses, providing comfort to the sick. [&hellip

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Christianity’s Contributions: Hospitals opened (Part 3)

The Christian Church made contributions to society that we may not even realize.  This month the focus is upon the health care contributions to the world.  Following the example of Jesus and the apostles, the Early Church sought to heal those who were sick. As we have seen, hospitals were first opened due to the [&hellip

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Christianity’s Contributions: Hospitals opened (Part 2)

As we continue to see what the Christian Church did in the development of healthcare, let’s focus on the opening of hospitals. Jesus went about healing many people.  Matthew 4:23 says, “Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, and healing every disease and sickness among the people.” [&hellip

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Christianity’s Contributions: Hospitals opened (Part 1)

The contributions by the Christian Church through the centuries are many.  Because of the love of God displayed in the salvation provided by Jesus Christ, believers’ lives were changed, and in return, they changed their culture.  The development of hospitals is one such example. Travel through a large city and notice the names of the [&hellip

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