AIDS and the rural church.

Abstract

Traditional Christian concepts of sin inhibit the potential of religious congregations to respond to the needs of families affected by HIV disease. Typically, rural congregations experience fear, prejudice, and apathy, and often impose a moral response to HIV/AIDS. Clergy and health care professionals must work toward offering one another insight into the… (More)

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@article{Tartaglia1996AIDSAT, title={AIDS and the rural church.}, author={Annalisa Tartaglia}, journal={Focus}, year={1996}, volume={11 4}, pages={5-6} }