F.A.Q.

1) Does the Bible condemn communication with spirits?

The texts of the Holy Scriptures are rich in elements necessary for our understanding of divine things. As is common knowledge, while the Old Testament exposes the tradition of the Hebrews, their teachers, kings and prophets, the New Testament portrays the life, work and teachings of Master Jesus. It removes the oppression contained in the civil laws made by Moses himself and clarifies the moral laws, which are the Ten Commandments, dictated by God. In the New Testament, there is a clear substitution of an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, for the messages of forgiveness and love for God and neighbor. Furthermore, Jesus came to show that death does not exist and that the soul survives the carnal body. The immortality of the soul is an indisputable fact and definitely demonstrated by the Master when He passed through the planet. "I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, even if he dies will live." - (John 11:25)