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Do Protestants, like Catholics, rely on psychiatrists and physicians to rule out natural causes before declaring someone demon-possessed?

Do Protestants, like Catholics, rely on psychiatrists and physicians to rule out natural causes before declaring someone demon-possessed? There is one major problem with this question: the diversity ...
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What is the biblical basis for consulting psychiatrists to rule out natural explanations before declaring someone demon-possessed?

What is the biblical basis for consulting psychiatrists to rule out natural explanations before declaring someone demon-possessed? Not everything needs to be biblically based. This is not such case. ...
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How do Christians who believe in exorcisms respond to skeptics demanding convincing evidence?

I am Roman Catholic, so I fall in your group "Christians". And as I have assisted at an exorcism, I think I also qualify as "...who believe in exorcisms". To be honest, I am ...
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What is the biblical basis for consulting psychiatrists to rule out natural explanations before declaring someone demon-possessed?

If I may reword the question in the answer, I think what you want to ask is why it is Biblically consistent to first require a psychiatrist to perform a medical and mental evaluation before involving ...
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How do Christians who believe in exorcisms respond to skeptics demanding convincing evidence?

2000 years ago the Sanhedrin had extensive evidence of exorcisms performed by Jesus and they still had Him put to death. In short, no amount of evidence was going to convince them to believe something ...
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How do Christians who believe in exorcisms respond to skeptics demanding convincing evidence?

How do Christians who believe in exorcisms respond to skeptics demanding convincing evidence? Fr. Gabriele Amorth mentioned in one of his books that Satan desires that modern men deny his existence. ...
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Who is the Head of House that Jesus is referring to in Matthew 10:25?

Head of the house Jesus is merely using a adage, or saying, by way of illustration, which simply interpreted means: If skeptics fear not to call Him names, how much more will they mistreat His ...
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Who is the Head of House that Jesus is referring to in Matthew 10:25?

Jesus was literally speaking about himself there, (Matthew 10:25) because they accused him of sending out demons by demons, so they saw him as evil, darkness, serpent, and Satan. And we know that ...
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