Author Archives: Chuck Gebhardt

About Chuck Gebhardt

I am a physician specializing in internal medicine. I sub-specialize in nutritional medicine. I am very interested in all areas of healing research, not necessarily limited to traditional medicine topics.

How to stop Putin’s war in Ukraine

Russia’s barbaric and revolting attack on Ukraine can not only be stopped, but the steps that can be taken to end this bloody destruction of a sovereign nation will also create the means to keep it from ever happening again. … Continue reading

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Scientific Support for New Testament Teachings 4:

                       “…and greater works than these shall he do…” Before getting into the main topic of this presentation, I will briefly pull together the main points of the first three presentations.  I started with a survey of the extensive scientific … Continue reading

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Scientific Support for New Testament Teachings 3: “Power against unclean spirits”

First, I will very briefly summarize the high points of the first two presentations to set the stage for this one.  In the first one, I reviewed scientific research that indicated that what we believe about the world and what … Continue reading

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Scientific Support for New Testament Teachings 2:

“If ye have the faith as a grain of mustard seed” This is the second of a series of presentations discussing the remarkable support that modern science provides for the teachings of the New Testament. It is written to stand … Continue reading

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Scientific Support for New Testament Teachings 1:

                                            “The Good News” Disclaimer:  The implications of the scientific research discussed, and my interpretations, may be challenging for some individuals to read.  It is not my intent to change anyone’s beliefs about religious topics or doctrine.  Rather, I will … Continue reading

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Miraculous Healing, the Spontaneous Remission of Cancer, and Near Death Experiences

When a devastating illness strikes us or someone we love, we want to know “Why?” Our heart cries out: “Why him?” or “Why her?” or “Why me?” We may even demand an answer to: “God, how could You let this … Continue reading

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Modern Medical Science is Missing Something Extremely Important

Our modern medical educational system presents itself as the ultimate source of the deepest understanding of the nature of disease. It has also thoroughly embraced the scientific method as the only reliable and accurate means of exploring the nature of … Continue reading

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Seeing the World through New Eyes

This is the next installment in my series of articles describing illusions deeply embedded in our modern view of the world.  In earlier articles I have shown how the methods of science can be quite effectively turned toward topics considered … Continue reading

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Four Quotes from Rumi worth Contemplating

I was recently reading a series of articles by Antonia Dodge on the Genius Awakening blog. Antonia had quoted 13 insights from the thirteenth century mystic, Rumi, and commented on how they applied to her life. Very thought provoking and … Continue reading

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A Few Impressions from Boston

I am sure the first and most powerful impression we have from Boston in the wake of the bombings has been shock, disgust, sadness and anger. Like the pictures of the planes crashing into the twin towers from over a … Continue reading

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