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Healing of the Body, Healing of the Soul: Applicability of Medical Anthropology to the Study of Religious Healing

Healing of the Body, Healing of the Soul: Applicability of Medical Anthropology to the Study of Religious Healing

장신논단 v.49 no.3 , 2017년, pp.239 - 265   http://dx.doi.org/10.15757/kpjt.2017.49.3.010
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The subject of healing has not been popular among Christian writers and scholars for various reasons. Protestant Reformers made little mention of Jesus’ identity as a healer, because they were critical of the magical elements of Roman ritual and its political mistreatment. Sometimes sober ecclesiastics condemned the enthusiasm for healing miracles, interpreting healing not as the restoring of bodies but as the treating of the soul. I argue that that healing should be acknowledged from the standpoint of religion and medicine together because both concentrate on suffering and salvation from distressed conditions. Healing continues to be a characteristic feature of Christianity and has included an important cultural component because it makes use of cultural practices and images. The complex way we engage in human experiences constitutes the meanings of those experiences. To the extent that these new meanings encompass the person’s life experience, healing creates changed or transformed realities. To understand this restoration process in the ancient Near Eastern world, for example, one needs to pay attention to the core social values such as honor and shame, the gender-based division of society, belief in spirits, attitudes toward pain, and many other values and concepts. In this paper, I argue that thought, memory, emotion, and imagination have the same root as the expression of our being in a specific community or culture. These modes of perception played an important role for the healing experience as internal/external carriers of “meanings.” In this paper, I will focus on how strong emotions affect patients’ interpretation of religious experience and how cultural formulation of belief and memories shape and make possible their interpretation of illness experience.

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