In 1976, at the age of 42, Dr. George Malkmus was told he had colon cancer. How could this be? He was a Christian! He was a pastor! He had dedicated his life to the Lord! His immediate response was, "Why?"
Not willing to accept this cancer as "God's will" for his life, he began an intensive biblical and scientific study to find out why--and to possibly find an alternative treatment to the usually unsuccessful treatments of the medical profession. What Dr. Malkmus discovered not only brought healing to his own body, but also answers these questions:
Why do Christians get sick? Can people be free from physical problems? Are cancer and other physical problems avoidable? What can a person do to avoid sickness?
By applying the knowledge shared in this book, Christians--and for that matter, all people--can be free from almost every physical problem known to man!
Dr. George H. Malkmus has pastored churches in New York, North Carolina, Florida, and Tennessee, and founded both a Christian school and a Bible Institute. His radio broadcast, "America Needs Christ," aired for more than 15 years. The author of two books, he currently publishes a health magazine that has a circulation exceeding 100,000. Dr Malkmus appears regularly on television and radio stations, and conducts health seminars throughout the country.
I give the book four stars because I feel the advertisement about the nutrition center should have or could have been left out. Read morePublished on Dec 25 2002
Do not read this book! It has useless and stupid information. The very little important information would be common since to most people who have ever gone to school. Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2001
What would Jesus do? Can you imagine him becoming hysterical if he had to eat meat or white flour, sugar, salt, or drink milk? Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2000
This book is the biggest lie that I have ever read in my life, and the worst blasphemy of the Bible that has happened since the Pharicees distorted the scriptures 2,000 years ago. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2000