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MONDAY, AUG 3, 2009  |  8 comments
Praying man let his daughter die
A US jury has found a man guilty of killing his sick 11-year-old daughter by praying for her recovery rather than seeking medical care.

The man, Dale Neumann, told a court in the state of Wisconsin he believed God could heal his daughter.

She died of a treatable disease - undiagnosed diabetes - at home in rural Wisconsin in March last year, as people surrounded her and prayed.

Neumann's wife, Leilani Neumann, was convicted earlier this year. ...


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Terry | WV  Contact via emailFind all comments by Terry
Faithful Remnant wrote:
From the article(and may this be a lesson to Pentecostals or those who sympathize with them):
"On Thursday Neumann, who is 47 and studied in the past to be a Pentecostal minister, said he thought God would heal his daughter.
"If I go to the doctor, I am putting the doctor before God," he said. "I am not believing what he said he would do."
He also said he thought his daughter had had flu or a fever, and that he had not realised how ill she was."
God had the answer with the doctor, but this man(like many Pentecostals) are blinded by their self-righteous piety. I was raised Pente-charismatic-word/faith but have totally severed from it because of this kind of behavior among many other issues that characterize the people caught up in this frenzy.
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News Item8/9/09 5:52 PM
Mike  Find all comments by Mike
Posticule wrote:
-"On Thursday Neumann, who is 47 and studied in the past to be a Pentecostal minister, said he thought God would heal his daughter"-
What this man displays is ignorance of God. If this is an example of Pentecostal thinking then they are out of touch with Truth.
Asking for miracles is not relevant to the way God operates within humanity. Experience of prayers should have taught this man, and his church, that God does not 'obey' the requests of sinners.
The result of this action will be to provide fuel to those who think religion is a myth, a fable, and all religion will be tarred with the same brush.
Right now we are the cross Roads here Between Obama and false prophets here look like the Father didn't what what do when decide to take the daught home letting stay here God heal also took her home to be with Him
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News Item8/4/09 2:45 PM
Faithful Remnant  Find all comments by Faithful Remnant
From the article(and may this be a lesson to Pentecostals or those who sympathize with them):
"On Thursday Neumann, who is 47 and studied in the past to be a Pentecostal minister, said he thought God would heal his daughter.

"If I go to the doctor, I am putting the doctor before God," he said. "I am not believing what he said he would do."

He also said he thought his daughter had had flu or a fever, and that he had not realised how ill she was."

God had the answer with the doctor, but this man(like many Pentecostals) are blinded by their self-righteous piety. I was raised Pente-charismatic-word/faith but have totally severed from it because of this kind of behavior among many other issues that characterize the people caught up in this frenzy.

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News Item8/4/09 2:02 AM
TT | Tennessee  Find all comments by TT
San Jose John, you are exactly right. Also, right after God tells Isaiah that He will extend Hezekiah's life for 15 years, Isaiah orders a poultice for Hezekiah. This is very sad. If they thought this was right, why did they call the ambulance after she stopped breathing? The name of God is blasphemed because of the insane, ungodly things we do in the name of Jesus (I am humbly including myself in there). May God have mercy on us.
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News Item8/3/09 5:45 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
That man from Wisconsin is about as insane and psychotic as Christian Scientists because Christian Scientists do not believe either in seeking medical help from physicians.
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News Item8/3/09 1:14 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Paul didn't tell Timothy to just pray for his stomach's sake, but to take a little wine (medicinal) for his very treatable condition. Evidently this little girl also had a very treatable condition; but rather than follow Paul's example, this girl's father demanded God accommodate him with a miracle.

Even when God uses miracles, one must do as He says. Naaman the Syrian was expecting Elisha to personally and gloriously deal with his leprosy rather than tell him to simply bathe seven times in the Jordan River. Thankfully, Naaman was more faithful than this little girl's father.

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News Item8/3/09 11:07 AM
Posticule  Find all comments by Posticule
-"On Thursday Neumann, who is 47 and studied in the past to be a Pentecostal minister, said he thought God would heal his daughter"-

What this man displays is ignorance of God. If this is an example of Pentecostal thinking then they are out of touch with Truth.

Asking for miracles is not relevant to the way God operates within humanity. Experience of prayers should have taught this man, and his church, that God does not 'obey' the requests of sinners.

The result of this action will be to provide fuel to those who think religion is a myth, a fable, and all religion will be tarred with the same brush.

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News Item8/3/09 6:04 AM
Scott McMahan | Internet  Find all comments by Scott McMahan
Satan's finest hour.
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