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Posted by christophreJMC on December 19, 2001, at 15:39:57

In reply to Re: BREAKTHROUGH DEPRESSION angel1, posted by paxvox on December 19, 2001, at 10:38:05

> Thirdly: Does prayer help? I will give you a subjective and an objective response to this.
> However, the answer to both is YES, it does.
> First, objective, scientific studies have found that people who pray get sick less, and heal more quickly than those who do not. Several published studies also suggest that even praying FOR someone may help them. (Readers Digest printed an article about that a few months ago, their reference was scientific).

I believe those studies have been found to be quite unscientific and have been disproved (I'll try to locate the specifics if you want).
If you believe in prayer, I think it will help you; but it certainly doesn't help everyone (it hurt me -- family forcing religious sentiment in spite of the fact that I've always been strictly atheist).




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