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If someone told you they personally experienced a supernatural healing, would you believe them?


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    lincolnanderson 3 years ago

    I was going to comment on someone elses post when I saw the link you listed.So I went there...very interesting...hmmm...makes you think doesn't it? But seriously, healing a broken bone? How can that work?


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    Rod Martin Jr (lone77star) 4 years ago

    But it doesn't necessarily need to be "subjective." Their prior malady and subsequent healed state could be well documented. Only the agency of that healing might be undocumented. Still, the healing itself can be quite objective. We could disbelieve

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