Teleios has discovered, through a series of planned research studies and medical literature reviews, that adherence to the Christian faith (confidence in salvation by faith alone as well as ongoing prayer, fellowship, service, obtaining biblical knowledge and praise) greatly enhances well-being in both healthy individuals and those afflicted by sickness.
Further, our research has demonstrated that the greater adherence to Christian principles that promote wise living, the greater the effects on wellbeing. We invite you to explore and download the results of individual studies.
Teleios Published Research
- MacIlvaine WR, Stewart WC, Barfoot DS. A biblical theology and pastor survey on local church leadership. J Ministry Theology 2016;3:125-143.
- Stewart WC, Nelson LA, Stewart JA. Is there room for God in the exam room? Review Ophthalmol April 2016;60-64.
- Stewart WC, Reynolds KE, Jones LJ, Stewart JA, Nelson LA. The source and impact of specific parameters that enhance well-being in daily life. J Rel Health 2016;55:1326-1335.
- MacIlvaine WR, Nelson LA, Stewart JA, Stewart WC. Association of strength of community service to personal wellbeing. Community Ment Health J 2014;50:577-582.
- Stewart WC, Adams MP, Stewart JA, Nelson LA. Review of clinical medicine and religious practice. J Relig Health 2013;52:91-106.
- MacIlvaine WR, Stewart WC. The apologetic value of religion and wellness studies. Christian Apologetics Journal 2013;11:65-83.
- Dehning DO, Nelson LA, Stewart JA, Stewart WC. Association of strength of religious adherence to attitudes regarding diabetes. J Christian Nurs 2013;E1-E11.
- MacIlvaine WR, Nelson LA, Stewart JA, Stewart WC. Association of strength of religious adherence to quality of life measures. Complement Ther Clin Pract 2013;19:251-255.
- Stewart WC, Sharpe ED, Kristoffersen CJ, Nelson LA, Stewart JA. Association of strength of religious adherence to attitudes regarding glaucoma or ocular hypertension. Ophthalmic Res 2011:45:53-6.