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Take it with you. Guides you to smart, interesting podcasts based on category, channel, or even specific topics. Looking for a high-quality podcasts app on Android? Yet traditional scholarship has maintained that these rites, unlike ancient pagan exorcism practices, were not intended to combat evil powers through spells or incantations. Rather, prayers for the forgiveness of sins were considered effective against disease; psalms of confession and petition were recited only in the first person, rather than by a priest, and ritual purification occurred only after sickness had passed. Convincing recent scholarship, however, contends that even in biblical times, healing practices involving magical spells, incantations, and exorcisms had found considerable expression.

This was especially true in those Jewish communities influenced by Egyptian, Midianite or Roman culture…. The book of Numbers documents Moses fashioning an image later destroyed by King Hezekiah known to magically heal serpent bites. The Apocrypha also documented folk medicine practices featuring the angel Raphael, who brought health and healing in the name of God.

According to Philo and Josephus, the Essenes were particularly interested in physical and spiritual healing. Judaism in the post-biblical period witnessed an increase in the use of various healing remedies, including exorcism of demons and the use of amulets. In the century following the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 C. Such magical healing practices, which included exorcism and foretelling the future, reflected not only the decline of the institutionalized priesthood, but also the lack of a systematic practice of medicine and widespread suffering in the culture at large.

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Charismatics—whether magicians, exorcists, witch doctors, healers or counselors—became increasingly revered, and new groups and institutions were formed around them. Magical healing stories were now widely circulated, featuring special powers of figures such as Elijah or Elisha, or of later rabbis such as Hanina ben Dosa and Yohanan ben Zakkai. During the codification of the Mishnah, beginning in the third century C. Tales of individual healing magicians were thus downplayed and few healing stories were actually written down.

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Nevertheless, the genre of the magical healer has survived in the rabbinic literature. The Mishnah mentions the stone of Abraham, which cured all who looked at it.

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  6. It also depicts one sage healing another through prayer and the laying on of hands. The sages even ruled that any practice actually producing a cure was not to be considered superstition. Description This highly acclaimed book is a comprehensive assessment of the place of deliverance ministry in the life of the Church.

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