Paperback – March 2, 2014 by Christopher W. Bogosh (Author)
Over the past fifty years, modern medicine has taken significant steps toward developing its own elaborate hope. Prochoice, self-determination, and mastering one's fate describes the agenda behind modern medical hope. Of course, such a view challenges Jesus' message of hope and his promise of healing. Healing Hope: Restoring the Superiority of the Christian Hope gets back to the basics of hope to investigate what hope is, why we have it, where it comes from, and it concludes by asserting the supremacy of the Christian hope over against the self-serving, limited, and short-sighted hope of modern medicine.
About the Author
Christopher W. Bogosh preaches and teaches regularly at New Hope Baptist Church in Saint Marys, Georgia, where he is a member. He is also a registered nurse at Community Hospice of Northeast Florida, serving as a clinical hospice liaison for Baptist Hospital and the surrounding community. Chris possesses a unique blend of medical and theological training, enabling him to engage the highly technical world of medical science while maintaining fidelity to the Scriptures.