Why Christians Get Sick

Why Christians Get Sick

George Malkmus / Jan 26, 2020

Why Christians Get Sick With a diagnosis of colon cancer the author launched an intensive biblical and scientific search to find out why he a Christian got sick and to possibly find an alternative treatment to the medical

  • Title: Why Christians Get Sick
  • Author: George Malkmus
  • ISBN: 9780768423099
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • With a diagnosis of colon cancer, the author launched an intensive biblical and scientific search to find out why he, a Christian, got sick and to possibly find an alternative treatment to the medical profession s usually unsuccessful ones.

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    1. Why Christians Get Sick is an excellent book that I think all Christians should read. I don't agree 100% with everything George Malkmus teaches, but most of what he advises is dead on. The proof is in the pudding, as they say, and his life (and many others) has been a testament to this. When diagnosed with cancer, he shunned the 'modern medicine' route of cutting and burning and chose to try something less painful (and more successful, by the way). Genesis 1:29 was the foundation of his diet and [...]


    2. I give this book a 3 star rating.This book was just okay. The general premise is a good one: Christians are often solely focused on their spiritual health, they neglect to care for their bodies--the temple of the Holy Spirit. The execution is where I have a problem. Firstly, the tone is overall negative. Rev. Malkmus points out many foods, habits, drinks, atmospheres, and emotions to avoid while providing minimal advice as to what is proper. Granted, he wrote another book describing his diet, an [...]


    3. I found this book to be incomplete. The author did a nice job explaining how what we take into our bodies affects our health. The Biblical and personal references were well written. I found the book to be entirely too brief on God’s Natural Laws for Health. There are source materials available at the back of the book. However, a few examples and a few recipes would have made this a more complete read. As is, I feel the book fell short in encouraging people to begin a change in their eating hab [...]



    4. George Malkmus was a Baptist pastor who got colon cancer at 42, and whose mother had died of the same malady. He wondered how it was possible that so many Christians got sick and studied to the Bible to see what it had to tell him about health and healing. When he applied what he found out (for example, that our bodies are the Temples of the Soul and that as Christians we should be committed to taking care of that precious Temple with proper nutrition, avoiding poisons (eg pharmaceuticals, chemo [...]


    5. Despite his divisive language, it's nice to see someone of faith bring health into the discussion. All people from all beliefs have neglected health for far too long. Malkmus provides interesting anecdotes as evidence, but even so it falls short on scientific evidence and medical sources; maybe his audience is accepting of that though. The biggest surprise and let down of this book, which led to my two star rating, is the omission of the related animal issues. He completely side-steps humane and [...]


    6. Good read. Many things said in the book I've witnessed to be true. Yes, as with all books there are some things that may be less than 100%. To make it more acceptable to skeptics it probably should have been better referenced. It is however truly amazing how little changes in diet, attitude and physical activity can in fact many times exceed the effectiveness of medical treatment.


    7. Despite its somewhat casual format and anecdotal evidence, the author has the guts to say some things that need to be said: what we breathe, drink, and eat have a lot to do with our health, and so does exercise and emotion. it sounds so obvious, but do we actually live this way or just talk this way?The book includes a compelling life story of the author's complete reversal of health problems.



    8. I learned that through the proper nutrition/exercise/and positive living many if not all disease can be reversed, and possitive health results.


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