Medicine: Hath Made Thee Whole

A committee composed of eight physicians, eleven ministers, three university professors, one lawyer was appointed by the General Ministerial Association of Vancouver to inquire into the authenticity of alleged cures supposed to have resulted from faith. Three hundred fifty persons supposedly cured were investigated. Of this number, five seemed to be so distinctly benefited that at the end of six months they were still regarded as cured. Thirty-eight patients claimed improvement, and 212 could see no change in their condition, although at the time of the "anointing" they had been declared cured. Seventeen...

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