Christianity and hospitals
Below are resources on Christianity and hospitals.
Early Christian hospitals were the first hospitals
The First Council of Nicaea in 325 A.D. ordered the construction of a hospital for every cathedral town in the Roman Empire to care for the poor, sick, widows, and strangers. They were staffed and funded by religious orders and volunteers.
Articles on Christianity and hospitals
- The Christian Origins of Hospitals
- No Christianity, No Hospitals: Don’t Take Christian Contributions for Granted, CNS News, 2016
Book on Christianity and hospitals
- From Monastery to Hospital: Christian Monasticism and the Transformation of Health Care in Late Antiquity by Andrew T. Crislip, University of Michigan Press (April 21, 2005), ISBN-10: 0472114743, ISBN-13: 978-0472114740
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