No. They don't say it is necessarily a life-long disease. They do say that their is no cure for the disease. As I've said at least three times now there exists "acute schizophrenia" which can appear and disappear. Many acute schizophrenics simply stop having schizophrenic episodes at some point in their lives. It is most likely that they stopped the sin that was causing the schizophrenia in the first place than anything else.
You clearly haven't spent any time studying this disease. If you're really interested in helping these people I would highly recommend that you read some books on the subject. There are several books full of case studies. Once you read them you'll understand why your theory is completely wrong. I needn't trouble myself with reading a bunch of books full of lies.
No, it is the medication. I've seen schizophrenics who were completely disassociated from reality become nearly lucid after being medicated for a couple of hours, therefore it has to be the medication that is causing this effect. By your theory the medication made the evil spirits "go away" so medication must be a good thing. The medication merely sedated the patient and put them to sleep which is helpful in alleviating the symptoms.
Can Jesus do that? No, it cannot. That is why you have no examples, no evidence, no clinical studies, and absolute nothing to back up your medieval fantasy world of demonic possession. Psychiatry has nothing to prove me wrong.
So screaming your theory over and over is a silly waste of time when simply statistical data completely disproves it. There is nothing in your repertoire of lies that can prove me wrong.
Did you just cure someone's schizophrenia? I didn't think so. Schizophrenia can be cured through the discontinuation of sin and prayer. Prayer may not be a necessary element, but discontinuation of the sin that is causing the schizophrenia is necessary. There is no other way.
Edited by notforgotten, 05 May 2013 - 12:24 AM.