Christian Group Banned From Advertising God Can Heal
Faith healing comes with a fair share of controversy. For some non-believers, the notion that a higher power would intervene to heal the afflicted it patently absurd. For some believers, even, the practice seems somewhat above and beyond the earthly realm of possibility.
Yet for others, faith healing is an important tenet that showcases the full power and ability of the Almighty. But in England, the government is agreeing with the former cohorts, as an agency is cracking down on the notion that God can cure those in need.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), Britain‚Äôs media advertising watchdog, has banned a Christian group from making claims on its web site and advertising brochures that God can cure a number of ailments, RNS reports. According to the ad authority, the group Healing on the Streets (HOTS) Baths was being both irresponsible and misleading in its stated claims about God‚Äôs...
Mr. Lincoln, if you truly believe that healing isn't available today you are sadly mistaken. I was told 28 years ago that I had three months to live. I went through 8 surgeries and two years of hell. When the doctors gave up, God did what you say he doesn't anymore. The doctor that told me of my demise has since retired and I'm still her to talk about it. Think there is another explanation? Having been in the medical field for the last 37 years, I believe I might know a little better than you and will tell you there is only one reason I am alive today and it didn't come from human intervention.