Faith in Medicine

A note from the author: “I grew up in a Christian Faith tradition I continue to practice to this day, and the thoughts and opinions I express in this column will be biased therein. I understand that while Christianity is the only way in which I know God, this is not the case for others of different faith backgrounds, and I respect and appreciate the various Faith traditions that are integral to all our lives. The articles found in this column will be focused on addressing a single question: How is God involved in Medicine? I will share my opinion not to convince you of my position, but simply to challenge you to consider the issue for yourself.

I would love to hear from you! How do you agree? How do you disagree? What topic would you like to hear more about?” Please share your thoughts and responses with jrdean@email.sc.edu.

Jackson Dean Jackson Dean (3 Posts)

Medical Student Contributing Writer

University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville

Jackson is a third year medical student who grew up in Charlotte, NC. After graduating from Presbyterian College in 2019 with a BS in biology he married his high-school sweetheart, and they moved to Greenville, SC where he matriculated at the University of South Carolina College of Medicine - Greenville. He plans to graduate with the class of 2023 and pursue a career in Internal Medicine.




Jackson Dean Jackson Dean (3 Posts)

Medical Student Contributing Writer

University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville

Jackson is a third year medical student who grew up in Charlotte, NC. After graduating from Presbyterian College in 2019 with a BS in biology he married his high-school sweetheart, and they moved to Greenville, SC where he matriculated at the University of South Carolina College of Medicine - Greenville. He plans to graduate with the class of 2023 and pursue a career in Internal Medicine.