New Seer Forum and Updated About Us Page

I’m announcing a new Seer Forum and About Us page, and some other housekeeping updates. Seer Forum First, the Forum. I recently asked regular visitors if they’d like an online community to discuss topics related to seers, and nearly 50% of respondents requested a forum where they could mask their identities. About a fifth asked for a Facebook group. Therefore, I’m…

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Teen Seer Testimony: Demons at the Homecoming Dance

My friend Jake is a teen seer, and many months ago, he typed out a vivid description of what happened when he went to a homecoming dance. Computer issues led him to believe the testimony was lost (this is called spiritual warfare)… but he found it recently, and sent it to me. I first met Jake at a youth conference, where…

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Yo-Kai Watch – Teaching Children to See and Harness Demons

The other day, my wife asked me to watch a show on Netflix called Yo-Kai Watch. This concept originated as a Nintendo game and is not a cartoon series running across the world, but in the United States, it’s on Disney XD. You can buy the Yo-Kai Watch at stores like Wal-Mart which carry children’s toys. It’s not really a…

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What Happens when we Embrace the Supernatural in a Modern World Part 2

Part 1 began here Part 2: Cognitive Dissonance in Westerners Who See Spirits Science as it is defined in the post-Enlightenment Era is not equipped to explain the supernatural. The natural and the supernatural are so closely intertwined, it may be impossible to try and apply Plato-inspired dualism of science versus faith to supernatural experiences, as with people who see demons and other…

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Is it Possible to Embrace the Supernatural in a Modern World?

Why is it so hard for us to integrate the supernatural with the natural? I suppose that most people in my society would publicly discount the idea that some people can see demons and other things in the spirit realm, while privately wonder if the unexplained noises in their house or the spirit of depression on their families may be…

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Seers: Christians and the New Age

I am republishing this very popular article from December, with some key edits. A common refrain among seers is that their pastor or other spiritual leaders have rejected them. If this is you, I hope this article offers some encouragement. A Christian recently commented on this page about how Christians often throw accusations of being part of the New Age…

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Easter Sunday: Forgiving the Betrayer

So much can be said about Resurrection Sunday, the traditional day marking that day God resurrected Jesus from the dead. It’s the most astounding day in history. The day that God confirmed that everything Jesus said was true. Hundreds of people saw the risen savior and today, we continue with his testimony that he is risen. Today, I want to end…

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Holy Week: The Bulls of Bashan Surround Me

Many Christians traditionally remember Good Friday as the day Jesus died on the Cross. To learn a little about the significance of the The Cross, please read the brief article here. Today, I want to talk about one of the more startling but often missed aspects of Jesus’ experience on the Cross. To get the context, let’s step back a couple weeks before…

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Holy Week: Maundy Thursday

New Commandment Thursday Our celebration of the Holy Week of the Supernatural continues with Maundy Thursday, the traditional remembrance of The Last Supper. Maundy is derived from the first word in a Latin phrase that means, “A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you.”  Jesus said this during The Last Supper….

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