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A Deluded Anti-Christian Kid Doctor and Neuroscientist Reveals His Sick Mind

Yet another (extremely annoying and pompous) anti-Christian "scientist: ironically a neuroscientist, shows the world how confused and dark his mind is:

Guest Dr. Melvin Morse, a neuroscientist and pediatrician, said on Coast to Coast A.M. on 5/21/2009:

"Concepts like evil and demons are just stuff we make up with out own minds to understand this spiritual reality." The pandering pagan host George Noory replied: "That’s fascinating." Yeah that a "mainstream" scientist and doctor claim that evil is "whatever" is just so fascinating ain’t it?

A little while before that George said to Melvin, (and the world) that he was amazed that kids never say that some evil thing tries to snatch them when they go to some spiritual "level". George was implying that these spiritual places the kids see or go to are not deceptions of demons, but the evil-free pathway or realm of God. So, using George’s logic: If a kid doesn’t report something bad happening when they see a spiritual place or go there, it must be good. Strange that Melvin would shoot down that implication with, "good is whatever", while sounding elated that they never report any "evil" spiritual events.

George is wrong, as on Youtube there is in fact the testimony of a child who reported being in Hell or having a supernatual vision of it (I forget which), and there are reports by kids of demon harassment or sightings (backed up by video and audio recording evidence).

Furthermore, the Bible itself contains testimony that there are demons.

Melvin’s implication that evil and demons are merely the invention of adults because, "Adults become hateful" and that kids are not hateful is also wrong, and shamefully and horrifically stupid being that he’s a pediatrician and neuroscientist, and should know even better than people who don’t study the behavior of kids or are not exposed to them much. Further he has at least one child of his own. How can he be so blind as to imply that kids are never hateful? Even on the Coast to Coast AM website is a link to one of the most popular paranormal stories in the world at the moment in which a man recounts how four demons harassed him as a child and three other children apart of his family for months, and how one or more even raped his mom. Though that happened in this world and not some other dimension, it doesn’t mean that demons don’t have the ability to create a false image in someone’s mind, like one of being in front of a tunnel with a light at the end of it, or in Heaven (where demons, as angels, once lived). And is George not aware that demons can possess people, and that when they become depossessed, sometimes have no memory of being possessed? Clearly both George and Melvin are so self-centered and arrogant that they are blind to the obvious and lack basic common sense, though sometimes George doesn’t seem to believe what he is saying, but is being deceptive by trying to make his show, himself, and his guests appear to be worth paying attention to, doing so by making positive-sounding talk and agreeing with nearly everything his guests say.

About 48 minutes later in the show, Melvin, in his arrogance, said that he was "surprised" at how mundane miracles are, and then said, "The miraculous is mundane, it’s ordinary." No Melvin, miracles aren’t ordinary; if they were common then everyone would believe in them, but obviously as you yourself acknowledged on your website, there are many disbelievers, so many that it wears you out, furthermore, the word miracle means "an amazing supernatural event (observed in the physical world by physical beings)", not, "a boring common event…" as you misdefined and mistaught to the world, including kids. The definitions on dictionary.com are:

1. an effect or extraordinary event in the physical world that surpasses all known human or natural powers and is ascribed to a supernatural cause.

2. such an effect or event manifesting or considered as a work of God.

3. a wonder; marvel.

4. a wonderful or surpassing example of some quality: a miracle of modern acoustics.

That these two are preaching this stupidity to the world, and are being exalted by the world for it is sickening and sign of the great evil that is growing in the world.

"Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction. For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths."
                                                                      2 Timothy 4:2-4

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