Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)


Practical Theology

First Advisor

Alex Guebert

Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)

Mark 16:15ff; James 5:15; Mark 2:1-12; Mark 9:23; Mark 7:24-30; Mark 5:36; Acts 19:11-12; Mark 16:18; Mark 5:25-30; Ephesians 6:11-12; Romans 5:17; Matthew 3:2; John 10:10; Mark 5:1-13; Mark 9:25; Acts 5:1-4; Acts 8:5-7; Luke 13:10-13; 1 Timothy 4:1-3; 2 Corinthians 2:14;


The problem reviewed in this study is as follows: what are the basic concepts and presuppositions upon which Thomas Wyatt builds his teaching of divine healing? The presentation of the problem will reveal to what extent Thomas Wyatt bases divine healing on Scriptural premises. It is an object of this study, furthermore, to take cognizance of the primary emphasis in Wyatt’s teaching. Just as justification by faith describes Lutheran theology, in the same way, an effort will be made to discover what the distinctive feature is in Thomas Wyatt’s teaching. The statement of the problem might be summarized in still another way, namely, this is an effort to discover what there is in divine healing that is attracting such favorable attention today.

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