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As someone who comes from a denomination that continues to anoint with oil and pray for the healing of the sick, there is no disease that we do not pray for. Christians pray not only for little things like colds, and major things like blindness and polio, but even for the dead. We believe that God can and does heal the sick today in his name, although he ...


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Unless the question is about individual cases being confirmed as inexplicable, there isn't going to be a good answer to this. Scientific confirmation of a supernatural cause would require very different test conditions than what is currently available. There's no doubt that "miraculous" healing occasionally occurs, even to non-believers. But for ...


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There is one medically documented case I can think of found here. Furthermore, the miracles of healing at Lourdes are heavily debated and often well cited. Much more nuanced discussion can be found in Craig S. Keener's 2-volume tome Miracles. Somewhat more accessible is the publicly available PowerPoint from Dr. Keener found here. And a lecture by him here. ...


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Although it may "resolve" on it's own, many secular mental health professionals consider Multiple Personality Disorder, now known as Dissociative Identity Disorder, to be incurable. There is speculation in the literature that at least some instances of demonic possession, whether in Scripture or currently in environments amenable to such a ...


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You may want to look into this study on the effectiveness of the ministry Be In Health's flagship class at curing depression. They take the hard cases of Christian healing, and over the years The Holy Spirit has taught them a lot of things about a lot of deep and otherwise incurable diseases, disorders, syndromes, etc. Effect of a Faith-Based Education ...


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Many healings during modern revivals have been medically confirmed. Far fewer have been documented or published. There certainly is no biblical reason for miracles to cease. The same reasons for which the apostles performed miracles continue to exist today. Many people still need encouragement to believe. They still need God to help them with problems ...


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I know this is going to be dissatisfying to some people, but no. At least not in the specific circumstances you are referring to. The issues with these revivals is that they tend to build psychological hype and create pseudo miracle experiences. The other difficult part is defining "healing". Some illnesses can be furthered by the mind and an event ...


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