Cedarville University School of Pharmacy, Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate 2018
Mental illness, grace, mental disability, God's grace, grace card
This paper will attempt to address God's grace towards those with mental illnesses. It also attempts to provide direction in response to historical church views towards this population. Through scripture, this paper seeks to emphasize the importance of seeing a person as more than what they physically appear capable of - seeing people through God's eyes.
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Sjoquist, Laura K.
"Mental Illness and the Grace of God,"
Bioethics in Faith and Practice: Vol. 3:
1, Article 4.
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