Charles Cullis
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Charles Cullis (1833-1892) was born and died in Boston, Massachusetts. Cullis was a medical doctor who became a prominent figure in the faith cure movement. He graduated from the University of Vermont medical school in 1857 and began practicing in Boston shortly thereafter. In 1862, after meeting a tubercular man denied admission to a public hospital, Cullis said he was given "a full assurance of faith for present acceptance and eternal salvation." After that, he devoted himself to founding a home for tuberculosis patients in Boston, the first of which opened in 1864. In 1870, he became interested in praying for physical healing and healed his first patient. Afterwards he devoted his life to "faith-cure." He founded the Willard Street Tract Repository to publish and distribute works on divine healing, and, in 1882, he established a "faith-cure" home. He remained active in the faith cure movement, publishing, healing, and preaching until his passing.
Charles Cullis
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Charles Cullis (1833-1892) was born and died in Boston, Massachusetts. Cullis was a medical doctor who became a prominent figure in the faith cure movement. He graduated from the University of Vermont medical school in 1857 and began practicing in Boston shortly thereafter. In 1862, after meeting a tubercular man denied admission to a public hospital, Cullis said he was given "a full assurance of faith for present acceptance and eternal salvation." After that, he devoted himself to founding a home for tuberculosis patients in Boston, the first of which opened in 1864. In 1870, he became interested in praying for physical healing and healed his first patient. Afterwards he devoted his life to "faith-cure." He founded the Willard Street Tract Repository to publish and distribute works on divine healing, and, in 1882, he established a "faith-cure" home. He remained active in the faith cure movement, publishing, healing, and preaching until his passing.