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  • I enjoyed reading about William Stainton Moses (The Mediumship of Stainton Moses); your site spurred me on to learn more about him, and others like him.  I find it particularly interesting that he had his roots in orthodox Christianity.  The thought that both mediumship and Christianity are not mutually exclusive is an encouraging one.  I suggest your site post some articles on the Fox sisters, as well.  Thanks!    Ursula P., Arizona  2/16/01  

  • I guess I never knew that reincarnation was actually an accepted idea, as is asserted in the article by Kevin Williams (Christian Reincarnation, the Long Forgotten Doctrine).  I was always brought up to think it was heresy, but that never really made sense to me; reincarnation seems so logical.  I am glad to know that the termination of reincarnation as a doctrine had more to do with politics and a certain group's avid belief rather than any sort of real truth.  Anonymous  1/01     

  • "Great article.  I used to have many of the same beliefs as fundamentalists, although I have never considered myself one, because of their snotty attitudes toward anyone who dares disagree with them.

    Now, though, I have seen the light and am much happier and free as a result. I have realized that many of those views were wrong, and am now more tolerant and enjoying of life.  I still attend church, although not every week, and I also realize that I am free to disagree with what I hear there.  I used to think that playing the lottery, drinking, dancing, and all sex outside marriage were wrong, but I know now that isn't the case.  Legalism hurts so many people, and if they'd get away from it, they would be so much happier."  PD Ladd, in response to The Fundamentalist's Problem.  12/24/00