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No, it’s not OK to contact the dead

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Short answer:  No.

Somewhat longer answer: God's word is clear that we are not to engage in “necromancy.” Several passages also forbid consulting with mediums and spiritualists.

Also, the passage in Luke 16:19–31 would seem to imply that the dead cannot contact the living.

Joe Newby
Joe Newby
Joe Newby is an IT professional who also writes as a conservative columnist for Examiner.com covering politics, crime, elections and social issues, and offers hard-hitting commentary at his blog, the Conservative Firing Line.  

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