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Handbook of religion and health.
  1. LEONARD DUHL, University of California at Berkeley
  1. USA

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    Handbook of religion and health.Harold G Koenig, Michael E McCullough, David B Larsen. New York: Oxford Press, 2001.

    During the past few years there has been a resurgence in concern with the role of religion and spirituality and health. Before that there were anecdotal reports, as well as a beginning awareness of the impact of other spiritual belief systems on human illness and growth. This can be seen in the non-Western treatment activities in a wide variety of cultures around the world.

    In several instances, it takes a willingness to suspend judgement and be open to other paradigms of health. Many use the concept of balance, and a holistic multidimensional or ecological approach. Those belief …

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