PSYCHOTHERAPY SCIENTIFIC AND RELIGIOUS

A Broad Perspective on Mental Healing

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beyond the control of man, would be abolished. Where the whole personality is healthy, the chances of successful resistance to the catastrophic movements of nature are considerably heightened. Again, the point which St. Paul stresses in the Epistle to the Romans must be borne in mind, namely, that in the Divine Providence evil will become good ultimately. Nevertheless, however true this may be, it should not be used as an excuse for a supine policy. Jesus' life and practice showed us once and for all what our reactions should be. Before we consider His therapeutic activities it is useful to review the development of psychological healing in primitive and pre-Christian cultures.