In January 2019 five individuals joined together to form this email network. What was their purpose in forming such? Each individual had been and was involved in exposing certain practices in health and healing that had a spiritualistic foundation. Two team members had been active in giving warning for upwards of 35+ years, others for varied periods. Also, interestingly there was a feeling of “Am I the only person sounding the alarm.” All five had recognized that in spite of years of sharing to church and the public the truth about the nature of and spiritual concerns involved with the acceptance of many healing practices it was apparent that an increase, not a decrease in acceptance was occurring in the Christian church as well as general public.
A short while prior the formation of this Network, the team of five had become acquainted with one another via Internet and telephone. We saw a need of continuing our individual ministries but also believed that pooling our knowledge might be more productive. Thus the email network was initiated with the goal of sharing information via the Internet. Understanding of the foundational core issue in many alternative healing therapies allows one to make an intelligent choice as to whether to or not to participate in such. This web site is a part of the Network organization. The biographies of the administrative team are presented to make the reader aware of the expertise in the subject of “spiritualism in health and healing” that is being exposed through the Network as well as by this web site.
And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them Eph. 5:11
You the readers are being invited to join the Network, there are no obligations, no fees. Articles pertaining to and exposing spiritualism in health and healing practices are sent out 2-4 weeks apart. If there are questions these can be sent in to the administrative team and we will attempt to answer them.
Edwin A. Noyes M.D., MPH coordinator of Health and Spirituality Research Network