Table of contents for The nearly perfect crime : how the church almost killed the ministry of healing / Francis MacNutt.

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		Acknowledgments 000
		Introduction 000
Part 1	A Christian Manifesto
	1.	The Nearly Perfect Crime 000
	2.	There Has to Be More! 000
Part 2	The Way We Were
	3.	Our Long Lost Inheritance 000
	4.	"And His Name Shall Be Called . . ." 000
	5.	How Did Jesus See His Mission? 000
	6.	Basic Christian Preaching 000
	7.	The Baptism with the Holy Spirit 000
	8.	Ministry with Power: The News Spreads 000
	9.	The Spirit Flourishes: The First 325 Years 000
	Part 3 How the Nearly Perfect Crime Was Committed
	10.	The Church Unplugs the Power 000
	11.	Forgotten Motives: Compassion and Witness to the Truth 000
	12.	The Major Decline: Plato and the Pagans 000
	13.	Caught in Transition: St. Augustine 000
	14.	Healing Gets Lost in Chaos: The Barbarian at the Gate 000
	15.	Healing Prayer Is Elevated Out of Reach 000
	16.	The Royal Touch 000
	17.	The Protestant Reformation and the Further Decline of Healing 000
	18.	The Enlightenment and Dispensationalism: The Final Blows 000
	Part 4 The Long Road Back
	19.	Expectant Faith Remains in the People 000
	20.	Fires Start (and Are Put Out) 000
	21.	Pentecost Returns: The Twentieth Century 000
	22.	Charismatic Renewal and the Third Wave 000
	23.	The New Face of Christianity 000
	24.	Will We Remain on the Sidelines? 000
		Appendix: My Discovery of the Baptism with the Holy Spirit 000
		Notes 000
		Bibliography 000
		Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Spiritual healing -- History of doctrines.