Compassionate Jesus: rethinking the Christian’s approach to modern medicine
by Christopher W. Bogosh
(I received this book for review purposes.)
Genre- Religion / Christian / Medicine
Published by- Reformation Heritage Books
Number of pages- 150
Age Group- Adult
Description of book- paperback (ISBN 978-1-60178-228-1, $14.00)
Compassionate Jesus, by Christopher W. Bogosh is a short but informational book about how Christians should view the medical field when it involves prolonging life.
- an introduction that discusses the need for this book.
- God’s viewpoint of health care and the views of modern and historical health care.
- How important prayer is.
- A conclusion which includes Bogosh’s plans for the future.
About the author-
Christopher W. Bogosh is currently lives in Florida, where he preaches at New Hope Baptist Church and is a registered nurse at Community Hospice of Northeast Florida.
My thoughts- Compassionate Jesus by Christopher W. Bogash was interesting. I had never given any thought to how Christians should view modern medical practices. After reading this book, I’m still not sure what to think. Bogosh did give valid points, but the concepts were hard to grasp.
I understand about Asclepius and how he was a deity of healing and his ideas still linger with people idolizing healing. I can see it in the news when they are talking about the newest cures.
I am impressed that Bogosh has developed the book and thought process of how Christians should think about modern medicine. I am even more impressed that he is able to follow through with this as a registered nurse.
I would recommend Compassionate Jesus to anyone who wishes to know more about how we as Christians should view the medical field and prolonging life.
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received Compassionate Jesus by Christopher W. Bogash for free from Cross Focused Reviews. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. All links were current when posted.