Should Christians rethink disability and healing? Damon Rose, Zoe Heming and Ian Paul
Damon Rose produced a BBC radio documentary and article about his experience of being a blind non-believer who is sometimes approached by Christians to pray for his healing.
The article ‘Stop Trying To Heal Me’ has produced a lively conversation about disability theology. He joins Justin along with Rev Zoe Heming who is an occasional wheel chair user and Rev Dr Ian Paul who wrote a critical response to the article.
Watch the video https://youtu.be/pDAvUfe6Tjk
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For Damon Rose’s BBC documentary: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00057mh
For the article ‘Stop trying to heal me’: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-48054113
For Zoe Heming: https://twitter.com/zoeheming
For Ian Paul’s blog: https://www.psephizo.com/life-ministry/is-god-disabled/
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