FOR years I have asked my self, "What is the reality, the purpose in my religion? What is the nature of salvation?" At last I am beginning to get a concept that satisfies me, that unites my knowledge of medicine with my experience of God. Each is striving to achieve "the whole man." Medicine can analyze the problems—physical, surgical, and psychiatric—that cause man's frustration in his attempts to achieve "integrity"; but lacks the motivating power necessary to persuade man to make the necessary changes. . .
HEALTH evangelism is ordinarily discussed either in the light of the philosophical the "why," or the methodological the "how." In this article, however, I demonstrate that the "why," when clearly perceived, naturally points the way to the "how."