I see trees walking
I read an interesting article that gave a clinical presentation of Jesus 2 step healing of a blind man in Bethsaida. The author then proceeds to place this miracle in the context of events that occurred before and after the healing. If you would like to share about Jesus to your medical colleagues, this article provides material for a good start. I did some minor editing of the original article before I posted it.
The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but the things revealed belong to us and to our children forever, that we may follow all the words of this law.
I attended the Asia Pacific Evidence Based Medicine course at National University Hospital from 18 to 21 Feb. More details at http://www.apebmn.com. It was an excellent course that taught the basics of evidence based medicine and skills to critically appraise medical journals. Prof Gordan Guyatt from McMaster University Canada, the physician who coined the word evidence based medicine in 1988 was present to deliver a few lectures. He gave an excellent lecture on the bias interpretation of clinical trials, especially if the trials were sponsored and the researchers had financial gain. I reflected on my clinical lessons and realized that there were biblical correlations. I am now preparing a short essay on these reflections and will post them soon.
Moses told the Israelites that they were blessed to have seen the signs and wonders of God when He brought them out of Egypt. And what God has revealed to them, they are to obey but there will be things will continue to be kept secret. I am blessed to have studied medicine. There are many facts I need to know but I also have to realize that there are many things man does not know. I pray God will be given me the discernment to differentiate what He has revealed, what He has not and the lies of man. So that I may practice honestly which is my duty. Hence I have placed Deuteronomy 29:29. on the site footer as a reminder.
Benjamin lives in Singapore. He is joyfully working as a family physician in a public healthcare institution. Benjamin is happily married with 2 lovely children. He worships in a Bible Presbyterian church.
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