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October 31, 2009

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Q: What should Christians think about the paranormal?

A: Haunted houses, ghosts, demons—our Western culture can’t seem to get enough of the spirit world. The latest Gallup poll indicates that 42% of Americans believe in demon possession, 37% believe in haunted houses, and 32% believe in ghosts. (Not just Americans are enthralled—40% of the British believe in haunted houses, too.)

Though interest in the paranormal is widespread, the majority of people are skeptical. They discount all spirit activity, going so far as to deny the existence of Satan and demons. Yet outright denial of Satan and demons is not the answer either. That view rejects the revelation in the Bible and the phenomena witnessed clearly and broadly in many lands and societies. The first- and second-world countries, not just third-world countries, experience demonic powers, whether knowingly or unknowingly.

Unless we have a biblical view of God, mankind, and the spirit world, we will not have the perspective to understand the evil that plagues our world.


To read more about the biblical position is on such things, see Demons on a Leash.


News to Note Quick Look

Whoa, there’s a controversy?: Darwinism is a controversial topic, and many believe creation should be taught in the classroom. But why is that news? Read more.


Latest on “Junk” DNA: Has the U.S. government finally supported creationist research? Alas, no, but the results of a National Institutes of Health study fit squarely within the young-earth creation framework. Read more.


Also: Darwin and a creator? Leviathan found? Super-seeing Shrimp, and more.

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