The mission of the New Humanity
We do this by teaching
healing atonement theology,
which we've nicknamed medical
and Christian restorative
rooted in Nicene Incarnational Trinitarian theology.
We resource students,
evangelists, pastors and churches,
and seminary leaders
to do the same.
A mural done in the
Catacombs of Rome by Christians sometime before 400 AD. This is called
Christ Healing a Bleeding Woman, drawn from the story told in Matthew
9:18 - 26, Mark 5:21 - 43, and Luke 8:40 - 56 where a bleeding woman touches
the hem of Jesus' garment, symbolizing his authority. This is
significant because it is an example of early Christian art, because it
portrays physical healing as a symbol of salvation, and also because it,
among other Christian visual art and literature, demonstrates the attention
given to Jesus' interactions with women.