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Does Praying for Someone Work?
There have been many small-scale investigations into whether or not prayer works – most of them by believers, and most of them using poor research methods or poor statistical techniques.
Christian publishers and evangelical journals produce volumes of stories of prayers that have been answered1 – always in the affirmative – by God. The most basic next step would be to compare these to how many have not been answered, in order to see if it is mere luck that some events go favourably.
Don't forget that “people speak confidently about the power of prayer, but in war both sides pray for victory“2. All the larger studies, and the well-controlled ones, show that prayer has no effect on the world.
The largest study, ran mostly sensibly by a Christian think tank, found to their own embarrassment that not only did prayer have no effect on cardiac patients but that by telling one of the groups that they were being prayed for, they made their recovery worse by making them worry more.3,4,5,6,7,8,9.
Aside from individual effects, because of the large volume of prayers that occur in the world, their cumulative effects should be statistically observable. But no such evidence can be found. Prayer doesn't help individual patients, and, it has no effect on overall national welfare rates10.
1. Scientific Studies of Prayer
The Nobel-prize winning physicist scientist, Victor Stenger, has researched the possible effects of prayer on the real world and presents some of his results in “God, the Failed Hypothesis: How Science Shows That God Does Not Exist11“. He says that “the effects of prayer should be readily measurable [..
.] but, once again, we find that none of the reports is convincing. […] Every published claim of a positive effect of which I am aware fails to satisfy one or more [sensible] methodological conditions. […] With all the publicity that attends to prayer studies, it is highly unly any good quality study has been missed”5.
Kenneth W. Krause in the Skeptical Inquirer (2008)3 highlights some more studies: MANTRA (Monitoring and Actualization of Noetic Training) and the MANTRA II studies published by Mitchell Krucoff and others in 2001 and 2005, later published in The Lancet, involved 748 angioplasty or cardiac catheterization patients. The experiments confirmed that prayer had no effect.
“In 1982 Randolph Byrd, MD, a San Francisco cardiologist, enlisted 393 cardiac patients in the San Francisco General Hospital into a double-blind, randomized study to determine whether intercessory prayer, directed to the Judeo-Christian God, had any effect on their medical condition. […] Byrd identified six categories in which the prayed-for group did marginally better. The press reported these six categories as proof of the power of prayer, but of course that leaves twenty categories in which patients did not do better and may have done worse.”
“Superstition: Belief in the Age of Science“ by Robert L. Park (2008)7
1.1. Francis Galton (1872)
The early scientist Sir Francis Galton, Charles Darwin's cousin, was the first to analyse statistically whether or not praying for people works4,8. He published his results in “Statistical Inquiries into the Efficacy of Prayer” in 18728.
“[He] calculated the average longevity of British monarchs and archbishops of the Church of England.
Since the Daily Order for Prayer of the Anglican Church calls for prayers for the long life of the monarch and for the archbishop, Galton pointed out that they must surely be the most prayed-for people in all of England.
Because these powerful people would have access to the best medical care, you might expect monarchs and archbishops to live longer than ordinary folk, with or without intercessory prayers on their behalf.Galton, however, discovered that on average they lived no longer than their subjects. Perhaps that reflects the pitiful state of medical knowledge in Victorian England. In any case, as Galton showed, intercessory prayer did not prolong the lives of British monarchs and archbishops.”
“Superstition: Belief in the Age of Science“ by Robert L. Park (2008)8
“Francis Galton… noted that every Sunday, in churches throughout Britain, entire congregations prayed publicly for the health of the royal family.
Shouldn't they, therefore, be unusually fit, compared with the rest of us, who are prayed for only by our nearest and dearest? Galton looked into it, and found no statistical difference.
His intention may, in any case, have been satirical, as also when he prayed over randomized plots of land to see if the plants would grow any faster (they didn't).”
“The God Delusion“ by Prof. Richard Dawkins (2006)4
1.2. The John Templeton Foundation's Great Prayer Experiment (2006)
A large prayer study was orchestrated by The John Templeton Foundation, whose purpose it is to further the spread of Christianity3.
It was called the Study of the Therapeutic Effects of Intercessory Prayer (STEP) and amidst high expectations it was known as 'The Great Prayer Experiment'. The study was led by Dr Herbert Benson, of the Mind/Body Medical Institute near Boston, USA4.
The study lasted almost a decade9 and involved 1802 patients who were recovering from heart surgery3,4. It is introduced below by Prof. Richard Dawkins:
“Valiantly shouldering aside all mockery, the team of researchers […] soldiered on, spending $2.4 million of Templeton money. […] Prayers were delivered by the congregations of three churches, one in Minnesota, one in Massachusetts and one in Missouri.”
“The God Delusion“ by Prof. Richard Dawkins (2006)4
The results were published in the American Heart Journal in 2006 Apr4,9, showing how each of the 3 groups of patients were helped (or not) by the prayers:
- Group 1: Received prayers, but were not told about them. This tests if prayers helped them recover more than normal patients. Their recovery was average.
- Group 2: Received no prayers, and were not told so. This tested if there was something about the experiment that was affecting the results. Their recovery was also average.
- Group 3: Received prayers and were told so. This tested the psychosomatic effects of knowing that one is being prayed for. This group “suffered significantly more complications“.
The prayers had no positive effect3,4,9. This was embarrassing for the researchers (and Templeton fans) but madly entertaining for many observers.
“This was the largest and most rigorous study of the efficacy of prayer that had ever been attempted […]. The conclusion of the study was that prayers offered by strangers had no effect on the recovery of people undergoing heart surgery. […
] The only surprise was that a slight increase in complications was found in a subset of patients who were told that strangers were praying for them. The knowledge that they were being prayed for seemed to interfere with healing [and] was attributed by the authors to “performance anxiety.” Presumably, being on God´s team put them under greater stress.
It raised a question about whether it was a good idea to let people know they were being prayed for. Otherwise, there was no difference.”
“Superstition: Belief in the Age of Science“ by Robert L. Park (2008)9
One of the STEP researchers, Dr Charles Bethea, says that those who knew they were being prayed for suffered more stress because they worried more about their own condition, and evolutionary biologist Prof. Richard Dawkins agrees4 as does the academic scientist Robert K. Park9. What amazing results! In conclusion, Prof. Dawkins asks a light-hearted theological question:
“Was God doing a bit of smiting, to show his disapproval of the whole barmy enterprise?”
“The God Delusion“ by Prof. Richard Dawkins (2006)4
2. Social Studies: Is There Evidence That One Religion's Prayers Are Being Answered More Than Others?
#estonia #hinduism #islam #judaism #poland #prayer #religion #vietnam
“The Muslim has experienced his own prayer successes that confirmed to him that Allah is the only true god. What about Jews who pray in their particular way to their god? They say their prayers get answered too. Millions of Hindus claim positive results from their prayers.”
“50 Reasons People Give for Believing in a God“
Guy Harrison (2008)6
If prayer worked, then, it should be apparent that highly religious countries have a statistically detectable betterment of their lives and fortunes in some areas of life.
In 50 Reasons People Give for Believing in a God12, Guy Harrison argues that the prayers that are the most heartfelt, passionate, honest and sincere are those of a mother for her own infants.
So, if we compare poor countries, infant mortality should be negatively correlated with belief in God. But the data shows this to be untrue.
“… there are many highly religious nations with horrible infant mortality rates. Meanwhile, highly secular nations with large percentages of atheists in their populations have very low infant mortality rates.”
“50 Reasons People Give for Believing in a God“ by Guy Harrison (2008)6The chart above shows the Infant Mortality Rate, measured in deaths per 1000 live births, against the rate of god-belief. All developed countries sit along the bottom, no matter what their level of belief in God is. For example, Poland has a good infant mortality rate of 4/1000, and only 3% of the population disbelieve in God.
Nearby Estonia has a similar infant mortality rate (3/1000) but a full half of the population do not believe in God. This means that richer countries experience better infant mortality rates, and prayer does not make a difference to them. A huge number of poor countries, where rate of belief in God is very high, sit along the left.
This means that in poor countries, infant mortality rate is high, and, so is the extent to which mothers are praying for their children. This means that praying, compassionately and desperately, for the health of their own children does not work. But the ultimate comparison is within demographic areas.
Very poor countries such as Vietnam have the same infant mortality rate as their near neighbours, but, have a completely different rate of praying (due to a high level of disbelief in God).
What this shows us is that internationally, on average, and, compared to their neighbours, rich and poor countries' infant mortality rates are not affected by the rate of belief in God. In other words, prayer is making no difference.
3. Further Reading on Prayer
14 Beginner Entry Level Jobs At Home – No Experience Needed
Today, I have a list of ‘no experience jobs‘ for complete beginners.
No doubt, it is a daunting task to look for work-at-home jobs when you first start out.
It is hard to look for legitimate work from home jobs, and it’s even tough to look for the ones that hire someone with no prior experience or a complete beginner.
The online jobs listed below are excellent entry level jobs and can be a good fit for you if you have started searching just now.
Transcription is an excellent option if you are a beginner looking for no experience jobs. There are many transcription companies out there that will hire you just with your typing skills. That’s something you need to have at least if you want to get into Transcription.
You can always learn more skills to get better jobs in Transcription. The companies that hire newbies in transcription are AccuTran Global, GMR Transcription, Scribie, TranscribeMe!, Ubiqus and Tigerfish.
Online surveys are great for earning extra money to keep the income flowing when you are just a beginner in work from home industry. You will be voicing your opinions about new brands and making money.
They are easy to do, many of them pay well and the best part is if you choose the right surveys, you can earn good money any other side job.
The surveys that are totally legit are Swagbucks (get $5 sign up bonus), Survey Junkie and Springboard America. If you sign up for all the surveys, you can make up to $50 to $250 a month with the right demographics.
MyPoints lets you earn a quick $10 when you do your usual shopping online. You also have ways to earn money through surveys, watching videos, playing games, etc.
Of all the work-at-home roles, customer service roles are the most wanted, because of their flexibility. You have to keep in mind that most of the customer service jobs require you to be on the phone.
Many companies offer online customer service roles Amazon, Apple, Williams Sonoma, LiveOps, Arise, Sutherland, Working Solutions, Sitel, etc.
If you are particularly looking for non-phone jobs, here is a big list of them.
This might not be a typical online job but driving is one of the easiest ways to make money from home without much expertise. That is if you love driving, of course.
If you earning quick money flexibly in your own timings without any experience, try Postmates. You can deliver food, retail stuff or alcohol and earn up to $25 per hour depending on the timings and the place you deliver.
I know many flexible job seekers who initially get started with ridesharing programs Lyft or Uber. They are easy, flexible and great for side hustlers.And for a limited time when you sign up and complete your first 100 rides, you can earn a bonus of $300 with Lyft. That’s a nice perk to get started!
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Online tutoring is another excellent way to start when working from home. There are different ways you can work online teaching specific subjects, ESL tutoring, etc.
Though some of the companies require a formal degree and previous experience in the subjects you are teaching, many recruit beginners.
With Course Hero, you can create guides, videos, step-by-step answers and teach online in your area of expertise. No experience is required but you need to have a BA degree and display expertise in your subject to teach. The top tutors earn around $500 per week. Sign up here and get started!
You can apply for companies QKids, which don’t need any prior teaching experience and the pay is great ($16-$20/hr)! They hire in the US and Canada.
There are other teaching companies Cambly, VIPKID, Funbulous, Tutor.com which accept tutors online.
Teaching online can be a very rewarding and fun work-at-home job when you start off for the first time.
Data Entry might be the first job you will look for if you are planning to work from home. Legitimate data entry jobs are hard to come by, but they are perfect to get started.
You can apply for data entry roles at companies QuickTate, Axion Data, SpeakWrite, Cass Information Systems, Clickworker. Please keep in mind that data entry jobs are open occasionally and you need to apply fast.
This is a great way to start your work-at-home journey. You do not need any particular expertise to get started as a Website Tester. You will need to have a basic idea about navigating around websites and testing their functionality.
The equipment you will need for this role is a webcam and a microphone. You will have to speak out your thoughts about the test after the test is done. This could be a good beginner level job with no prior experience.
You can join companies WhatUsersDo, TrymyUI, Usertesting, Loop11, etc.
Chat Agents are another form of customer service and getting into this work-at-home career is relatively straightforward than others.
As a Chat Agent, you will be helping customers online with any queries they have regarding the company you work for through the chat. You can apply for many Chat Agent companies The Chat Shop, Needle, Arise, etc.
Search Engine Evaluation
As a Search Engine Evaluator, you will be evaluating search results following some guidelines, and this is the most flexible job out there. It might sound very technical, but it’s not. After applying you will need to pass an exam for most of the search engine evaluator companies.
Four major companies offer these roles. You can apply for Lionbridge, Zerochaos, Leapforce, Appen. Most of these companies have positions available in many countries.
Online moderation is also one of the no experience jobs you can look at when starting working from home. Most of these jobs do not require any background experience, but you need to have a sound knowledge of social media, chat rooms and forums.
You can join companies ICUC, LiveWorld, The Social Element (formerly Emoderation), ModSquad, Crisp Thinking. I see many work-at-home enthusiasts going for moderation jobs as their first job.
You can also become an online researcher if you want to start with something substantial. This role does not require any expertise but a very keen eye to search for data online and a lot of patience.
Different companies have different role descriptions, but the primary responsibility is to search, collect data online and answer user questions. The companies that recruit online researchers are Wonder, Experts123, JustAnswer.
If you are confused where to start when working from home, mystery shopping gigs could be a right place. Mystery shopping is a delightful remote job you can start with.
You can choose to be a work-at-home telephone mystery shopper or accept gigs physically going to stores. Though telephone mystery shopping involves being on the phone, it is more flexible.
The key point to work as a mystery shopper is to register for the right companies.
You can sign up for BestMark, Perception Strategies, Yardi Matrix, Talk2Rep.
If you love writing, then you can work from anywhere as a freelance writer. There are many ways you can do this, by pitching to freelance writing websites, signing up for job boards Contena and BloggingPro.com or becoming a staff writer for prominent publications.
There are many places you can look for freelance writing gigs Dailyworth, Babble, Upworthy, The Cosmopolitan, etc.
Freelance writing can become a six-figure job for you if you follow the tips from Holly.
If you wanted to jump into the work-at-home route, I would highly recommend starting with Virtual Assisting. There are two reasons for this. First, this is an excellent sustainable online career that can give you a lot of flexibility to work.
Second, you can provide a lot of services as a Virtual Assistant, and the list is endless.You can be a Virtual Assistant for many virtual assisting companies Fancy Hands, Timeetc, Virtual Office VA.
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Another entry level job that gets advertised widely is Sales rep. There are many remote sales rep roles that get advertised everyday and many of them are for beginners.
The companies that regularly recruit for sales rep roles are LiveOps, American Express, Salesforce.com, Skyes, Working Solutions, Hilton Hotels, etc.
If this is your first time getting into remote work industry, you might want to look into starting with side jobs first. Though side jobs don’t pay you as much as a proper work-at-home job, they give you the necessary experience to work from home.
The Micro Tasks that you can do from home are TaskRabbit, Field Agent, Amazon MTurk, Clickworker.
These micro jobs do not need any expertise, and they are an excellent starting point for your work-at-home journey.
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Are You Praying Over Your Home?
Praying over your home is an important part of our prayer lives. These ready-to-go prayer prompts will guide you as you pray, room by room, throughout your entire house!
It’s officially spring and it is also the time of year when some of us are either knee-deep in spring cleaning or working on revamping our routines (I fall into the second option)
Work from Home Jobs for Beginners — No Experience Required!
You don’t need years and years of remote work under your belt to find, and land, home-based jobs.
True, some work from home jobs require tons of previous experience, advanced degrees, or extensive work history. And these types of jobs are usually for certain industries web development, human resources, SEO, marketing, teaching, healthcare, etc.
But, there are quite a few online jobs titles that are beginner-friendly — ones that value skill over experience. So, if you’re worried that lack of experience will keep you from landing a work from home job — think again! Check out these no experience jobs from home that are perfect for beginners.
Do You Really Have No Experience?
Chances are, you have some existing skills or experience that translates well to working from home. No, you may not have worked previously as an online moderator or home-based customer service rep, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have any work from home skills or experience.
And that’s great news because there are plenty of work from home jobs that will choose candidates skills and talent and not your work history.
Work from Home Skills You Probably Have
So, what are some common skills that can make you a standout entry-level remote worker?
- Customer service
- Online research
- Fast & accurate typist
I’m gonna bet that there’s at least one thing on that list you can do well — and the more things you know, the better your chances are of landing a no-experience required home-based jobs.
Entry-Level Work from Home Jobs
Now that you know that you do have some work from home skills, let’s look at some popular beginner-friendly home jobs. Remember, experience and skills are two very different things.
Although these jobs don’t require previous experience, they often require a certain set of skills. That’s why many beginner-friendly companies require candidates to pass and take skills tests to prove they’ve got what it takes. Ready? Let’s go!
Search Engine Evaluator
As a search engine evaluator, you may work with one of the larger search engines, Google or Bing, and rate the relevancy of search results a query.
To do this well, you’ve got to have a pretty good understanding of current events and pop culture. I always use Paris Hilton as an example. If someone types “Paris Hilton” in a search engine, chances are, they’re looking for information about Paris Hilton, the socialite, not Hilton hotels in Paris, France.
Similarly, if a user types “apple discount” they’re probably not looking for amazing deals on fresh fruit but rather looking for promos on Apple products iPads or iPhones.
Search engines need to “learn” these things, and as a search engine evaluator, you’ll be their teacher.
A global company, Appen regularly has search engine evaluator and social media evaluator positions available on their careers page. You can get in here as long as you pass a practice test.
Leapforce prefers candidates with bachelor’s degrees or degrees in progress. However, you don’t need any experience to be a search engine evaluator or personalized search engine evaluator here.
There’s several no-experience-required jobs to choose from — usually broken down by state. Check out their career page to see if they’re hiring for everything from search engine evaluator to personalized social media assessor.
Help improve Bing when you work from home as an ads evaluator or search engine analyst at iSoftStone. Experience isn’t necessary but you must be able to pass a series of practice tests!
Ah, data entry, one of the most sought after work from home jobs there is. It’s true that you don’t need any experience to get paid for data entry work. However, it does help if you’re a fast and accurate typist. After all, the quicker you work, the more you’ll earn with online data entry jobs!
It’s important to note that legitimate work from home data entry jobs are few and far between. Beware if you come across a company advertising home-based data entry positions that isn’t on this list.
The Smart Crowd
Formerly Virtual Bee, The Smart Crowd is part of Lionbridge (the search engine evaluation company mentioned above). There’s a short qualification test to take before you can key work for pay. Pay rate is low ($0.60 for each 1,000 characters keyed). Consider this an extra income opportunity!
Process voter registrations and petition signatures when you work from home for SigTrack. No experience required, but it’s helpful to have two monitors to increase your speed and accuracy.
It’s time consuming to manage an online presence, especially for larger businesses. That’s why many companies choose to use a moderation service. And, this is good news for entry-level online job seekers since several of these companies hire beginners!
Crisp Thinking looks for freelance moderators who come from a variety of backgrounds since they work with a clients across many industries. Simply fill out their short survey so they can get to know you better.
Joining the ModSquad doesn’t require previous moderation experience. But you must be comfortable with digital engagement and be familiar with social media, chat, and forums.
LiveWorld works with some big-name companies from around the world. Many of their moderator openings don’t require experience (although preference is give to those who do). If you’re bilingual, you’ve got an even better chance of finding entry-level work here.
Transcribing is one of the most beginner-friendly work from home jobs out there. For one, there’s quite a bit of work to go around. And two, there’s a number of companies that give newbie typists a chance.
I’ve covered no-experience-necessary transcription jobs quite a bit already. If you think you’d to give typing a try, check out these 19 transcription companies that will hire beginners. You might also want to read my complete beginner’s guide to work from home typing jobs. Both articles are a great place to start if you want to get paid to type — no experience required.
Let’s face it, sometimes there’s just not enough hours in the day to get everything done. That’s why busy professionals and small business owners outsource parts of their to-do lists to virtual assistants.
The VA industry has seen tremendous growth in recent years — and shows no signs of stopping. With no shortage of companies that hire VAs, beginners have a couple of options to get their foot in the door in this popular work from home profession.
Fancy Hands is part micro job and part VA work rolled up into one crowdsourced platform. Payments are made per task and you can work whenever and however much you’d . No experience is necessary but to be a VA here, you should be great on the phone and have strong online research skills!
You don’t need prior VA experience to contract with Time Etc. But, you should have a background that involves some type of clerical work — personal assistants, secretaries, receptionists, executive assistants, and admin assistants are all welcome to apply!
A virtual receptionist is kind of a virtual assistant but the work here is mostly phone-based. Virtual receptionists answer incoming calls on behalf of clients, take messages, and relay important information — all while maintaining a pleasant phone demeanor.
To work at Vicky Virtual as a receptionist, you don’t need previous experience but a sense of humor and cheerful attitude are a must. Candidates must also reside in the U.S. and have reliable high-speed internet.
It’s all about personality and the willingness to go the extra mile when it comes getting hired as a receptionist at EXEC-U-SIST. To get a sense of who you are, you’ll go through a self-guided interview where you can win them over, regardless of experience.
Getting paid to write is more about talent than experience. So, needless to say, this is a very beginner-friendly way to earn money online. The road to freelance writing success isn’t always glamorous.
But, nonetheless, anybody with a desire to write for a living can.
Go into freelance writing with an open mind, and look at these entry-level writing sites as a paid writing internship — you’ll get to earn while honing your skills.
Commonly called a “content mill,” Textbroker pays by the word depending on your skill. When you go through the application process, you’ll submit a short writing sample and will be given a rating that. Your rating ultimately determines how much you will earn per word.
An acronym for Buy Keyword Articles, BKA will hire newbies to write SEO-driven content. All you have to do is demonstrate your writing chops during the application process.
Crowd Content welcomes beginners who do well on their writing sample. They aren’t always accepting new writers — you’ll have to check their hiring page to see if/when they’re bringing new writers on board.
Review essays, grade tests, and offer feedback to help students as an entry-level grader or scorer. Given the nature of work, these opportunities are usually seasonal. But, when work is available, there’s typically plenty to go around.
As a Literably scorer, you’ll listen to audio recordings of children reading and note/mark when they make mistakes. No experience is necessary but you must pass six sample files to be approved for paid work.
Becoming a Gradiate Genius doesn’t require experience but you do need to be familiar with certain subjects. At this time, Gradiate hires graders who are knowledgeable in English and/or Computer Science.
This is one of the oldest grading/scoring companies out there. While you don’t need prior experience to become a grader, you will need a bachelor’s degree in any subject to be considered.
More and more companies are outsourcing their customer service departments to virtual call centers. This means there’s plenty of options to work from home as a beginner, as long as you don’t mind picking up a phone!
When you join LiveOps, your experience isn’t as important as your drive to succeed. This is, after all, more of a be-your-own-boss opportunity where you’ll get to choose the campaigns you work on. Part of signing up at LiveOps includes paying for a background check (which happens AFTER you’ve been invited to contract).
LiveOps, NexRep offers contractors a chance to work on projects of their choosing while maintaining their own schedules. As a business opportunity, you will be responsible for paying all costs to get started — including a background check.
Although Sitel prefers candidates with previous customer service experience, it is not a requirement to get hired on here. This is an employee position that comes with competitive pay and benefits (not something you see too often with entry-level home-based jobs!).
Miscellaneous Work from Home Jobs for Beginners
There’s some entry-level home-based jobs that don’t really fit in the others categories. Nonetheless, they are great places for beginners to gain valuable experience. If you haven’t found anything on the list yet that stands out, perhaps one of these jobs will be a good fit.
A customer experience company, MaritzCX hires virtual market researchers to join their team. This is a part-time employee position that doesn’t require previous experience to get started.
If you enjoy conducting online research, consider signing up to be a researcher at Wonder. This is a contract position that lets you login and perform research whenever you have free time. No experience is needed, but you do need to pass a few sample tasks to get started.
Rev hires freelancers to caption videos from home. You don’t need to have experience as a captioner but you will need to pass three sample videos before being invited to contract with Rev.
This is a unique opportunity to work from home in public affairs as an outreach rep. This isn’t sales or telemarketing, and requires absolutely no experience to get hired.
Become a tutor at Cambly and earn $10.20/hour helping students improve their conversational English. You don’t need teaching or tutoring experience but must be comfortable chatting with students from different cultures.