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Re: Antidepressants and religious faith...

Posted by rayww on December 21, 2003, at 0:26:15

In reply to Re: Antidepressants and religious faith..., posted by MaTurtle on December 20, 2003, at 16:07:16

Funny, I wrote to this topic this morning, but didn't finish it, and tonight when I came back it was lost, but you have expressed some of my thoughts poignantly in fewer words than I.

If faith can change (for the good) the chemical balance in our brain, then the opposite (sin) could also alter our chemical balance. Would you say repentance from the inside out is the only true healing? Chemicals can change our brain chemistry, but they can't repent. Each part of ourselves must work toward the healing for it to be effective. If we do everything, except get proper sleep we'll be a mess. If we neglect nutrition and don't drink enough water we'll dehydrate in more ways than one. And if we don't exercise our muscles, they will turn to fat and that will certainly cause a chemical change.




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