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christians: How many of you believe in telepathy?

the connection of 2 minds with no verbal or optical interaction, pure thought transmission…

(i can’t see how else an imnipotent being could interact with you)
sorry, omnipotent
import guy? what r u doing in R&S? lol

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Rita
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Rita

I’m a christian and telepathic.. my brother and my mum have it on a more intense level tho!! i on the other hand have no control over it.. it happens randomly!!

i believe that if its something that i inherited.. then it can’t be from some demonic force.. or of evil origin!! i believe it’s a gift from God and a skill that can get better with practice just like any other skill my brain acquires!!

It would be against christianity if i didn’t have it naturally and summoned magic or voodoo to practice it!! 😀

madnoelle
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madnoelle

hehehe-If one of these holy rollers suddenly had telepathy at 40, wow, would their opinions of things change.

J Dog Warren
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J Dog Warren

You know, I want make a list of magical, mystical and supernatural phenomenon and just have all these religious people put a check next to which ones they subscribe to.

I am dying to know if there is any rhyme or reason to their fantasies.

Kel
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Kel

Yeah – I see what you’re saying…so many people are already answering they don’t believe in telepathy, but they commune with a Holy Spirit…but they don’t say how…..on their cell phones, perhaps?

import guy
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import guy

don’t you love proving people that leave quotes from the bible… wrong? then they TRY to come up with something that explains your new question, but doesn’t disprove their old answer…

did you think your the only one who likes debating with the foolish? lol

egialonbai
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egialonbai

I do believe in telepathy. I swear this is truth. I have this experiences with my husbund, and closer friends all the time. For example when I need someone call me, I just think in that, and visualize this person, and in few minutes they call me. It is just mind power.

Granny Annie
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Granny Annie

“Let us make man in our image.”
If we are, indeed, in His image it then follows that whatever He can do on the divine level we too can do at the human level and that would include telepathy.

Zac
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Zac

It’s kinda like schizophrenic.Yes,I do believe in telepathy although I’m not Christian.As a schizophrenic guy before,I’ve encountered lots of weird things like whenever I think of something,someone spoke it.And yes,the brain exceeds far level of knowledge that human don’t discover yet.

Jenae
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Jenae

(I’m telepathically sending you my answer)

ecterbob
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ecterbob

Speaking only as a Christian, we believe the Holy Spirit of God interacts with us; it’s not exactly like telepathy.

However, I’ve met people (like my husband) who have a rather unnerving ability to sense what people are thinking. I don’t mean picking up on body language. I mean when my husband looks at me and says “Who’s Jeanine?” when I was sitting there silently thinking about a friend by that name. (And I know I didn’t say the name aloud.) So, I think we should stay open to the idea.

LordVader
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LordVader

rebel your thoughts betray you. she did return your call for dialed the wrong cell number due to your bad handwriting.

Wonderful and Fearfuly made!
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Wonderful and Fearfuly made!

Forget the two minds interacting. My mother made a broke clock start ticking again by will power alone. No she was not a witch, it just runs in our family.

captain_bryce
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captain_bryce

I belive that it “can” happen, but see no evidence (scientifically or biblically) one way or the other. I guess you could consider me “open minded” about this as well as many other forms of ESP.

If you interpret God’s communication with people in the bible as telepathic, I suppose that is one way of looking at it, although he could just as easily have been speaking with them out loud.

I do belive in biblical prophecy which could be considered “Precognition”. But ultimately, I think any of these “gifts” come from God.

Michael J
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Michael J

See..Thats Just it, You are trying to figure out that which you cannot, You do not have the ability to comprehend it. 1Cr 2:9 But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him. 1Cr 2:10 But God hath revealed [them] unto us by his Spirit: for the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God. 1Cr 2:11 For what man knoweth the things of a man, save the spirit of man which is in him? even… Read more »

Johnny U
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Johnny U

What do you care? You know where you’re going. –Puddy

guenthercorp
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guenthercorp

Sure, there are things beyond our knowledge about the brain and there’s no Christian doctrine that states otherwise.

primoa1970
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primoa1970

I don’t doubt it……….but at the same time……..I stay far away from that kind of stuff.

God interacts with me through His word…..and through His Holy Spirit daily

grneyes1701
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grneyes1701

No, I don’t bleive in Telepathy… However I belive in the Holy spirit that guides me and leads me to the right path and the understanding of the word.

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Sips With The Fishes, AM Carpo
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Sips With The Fishes, AM Carpo

I knew you were going to ask this.