Often times many Christians do not know how to respond to claims of ghosts sightings or haunted house accounts. Are Christians to be skeptical to such testimonies while convincing the skeptic to believe in the testimonies of the apostles concerning Jesus? What is it about skepticism that yields unwise reasons not to believe? Perhaps in the cases of Jesus and ghosts, there are interesting similarities to the acquiring of knowledge as justified true belief.

So is it appropriate for intellectual persons to believe in ghosts? Is it ok for Christians to believe in ghosts? What does the Bible say about ghosts? And most importantly, what kind of a thing is a ghost?

Join Jeremy Livermore, Steve Tsai, and Sam Welbaum as they discuss the 3 main intellectually satisfying options for belief in ghosts: 1. Ghost phenomena as misunderstood naturalistic phenomena.; 2. Ghost phenomena as purely demonic.; 3. Ghost phenomena as disembodied souls of humans.

….(Thanks to Steve Tsai for the diligent research and hard work for the content of this show. His efforts are very appreciated! – JL)

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