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Festus Akinnifesi: Divine Healing

 

Conclusion

Overall, Divine Healing is a well-written book that serves its purpose. Readers who are well versed on the topic might find it refreshing as a passionate reminder that reinforces their beliefs. For them, the book may also serve as a tool for defending this important doctrine. Readers who have been taught that miracles are not for today will find a strong argument for divine healing, as well as an antidote for unbelief.

Reviewed by Roscoe Barnes III

 

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Category: Spirit, Spring 2007

About the Author: Roscoe Barnes III, Ph.D. in Church History (University of Pretoria, S. Africa), is a writer, historian, ghostwriter, and prison chaplain. He is the author of numerous books including F.F. Bosworth: The Man Behind ‘Christ the Healer’ (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009), The Guide to Effective Gospel Tract Ministry (Church Growth Institute, 2004) and Off to War: Franklin Countians in World War II (White Mane Publishing, 1996). His articles have appeared in Refleks Journal, The Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association, The Africa Journal of Pentecostal Studies, and in numerous newspapers and popular magazines. He blogs at Roscoe Reporting and shares his F. F. Bosworth research at FFBosworth.strikingly.com. Professional: Roscoe Barnes III. Twitter: @Roscoebarnes3

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