Dr. Mark Pitstick fields a reader's question about charging for spiritual services.
Cyrus Kirkpatrick talks about "telephone calls from the dead."
When the SoulPhone confirms that we don't die, our language will need to be updated.
Cultural mythology prompts us to regard death as tragic, a belief a SoulPhone might challenge.
Insights we glean from the spirit world via the SoulPhone may change how we view suffering.
Communications from 'spirit' contradicts the message we often get from mainstream culture that death is agony.
What benefits will the SoulPhone offer over other methods of 'spirit communication?'