Allowing Intellect to Engage Our Mind and Faith to Nurture Our Spirit – Episode 268

Allowing Intellect to Engage Our Mind and Faith to Nurture Our Spirit

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Featuring: Dr. Cynthia Lynch

Published: June 26, 2021

Seeing the intelligence of God in the biology of the human anatomy.

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Show Notes:

Dr. Cynthia Lynch, who works at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) Phoenix for the last five years, sits down with Rev. Percy McCray to discuss her motivation and path that led her to the field of medicine.

Dr. Lynch, a physician for 17 years, shares personal stories of medical challenges that members of her family have endured, including bouts with COVID-19, which have provided introspection and balance to her medical career. Her commitment to medicine and science as well as her spiritual faith have prepared her to serve the cancer community with humility, compassion, and clinical excellence.

Dr. Lynch also addresses potential and perceived conflicts between medicine/science and spirituality. “Personally, I do not feel there’s conflict between the two,” she says. “God created us, He knows our body intimately, and He’s providing for me personally that desire to go in and want to be a part of His healing. So, I think that healing comes through some of the works of man, but I believe that God works through us.”

Listen to this highly qualified physician express her humanity, medical acumen, and commitment of faith to serve her God and the cancer community at large.


  • “I just always loved human anatomy.”
  • “When you look at one tiny cell and all of the amazing things that are going on in that one cell, I’ve just fell in love with the study of the human body.”
  • “I’m amazed by the body. I’m amazed at God’s works.”
  • “My hope is in Christ, that is the purpose in my life, and the hope of everlasting life.”

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