We need a renewed vision of what it means to be God's people both in our vocations and the life of the church in order to fulfill his calling for us in a failing culture. We need to understand the hope which is our calling, the inheritance which is ours in Christ, and the greatness of his power that is given to us who believe.
Part of the purpose of God's redemptive activity in history is healing and wholeness for the whole person. This lecture explores the priestly calling of those in the medical profession.
If medical practitioners are going to help people to be in good health, they have to walk in the truth. The practice of healing has to be carried out in terms of God's purposes in creation and God's truth. Therefore, the philosophy by which medicine is practiced is critical.
The creative act of God recorded in Genesis lays out the literal meaning for the rest of the Bible. In the Christian worldview, creation and redemption stand in an absolute historical continuum together. A proper understanding of God's revelation in creation requires a proper understanding of his Word which interprets the world.