the closest we've come to knowing is reported NDE's, should we trust them? If NDE's are true death experiences and people from both Christian and non-Christian relgions have had heavenly experiences as well as hellish experiences, shouldn't we re-define what makes us worthy to go to heaven? Could it be that there are many paths to heaven and no one correct belief or religion? Could it be that to join in with the uncoditonal love, we must ourselves love unconditionally? No more judgement? No more pointing fingers? NO more pointing out faults, rights and wrongs, just loving others compassionately and unconditionally? Isn't that what Jesus' message was all along?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:57 PM on Jan. 8, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
Answer by Shaneagle777 at 4:11 AM on Jan. 9, 2010
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Answer by Momoftwo278 at 7:00 PM on Jan. 8, 2010
Answer by Anonymous at 7:13 PM on Jan. 8, 2010
No you can't trust them because they are nothing more than hallucinations. There are many many people who have these hallucinations before death that are not religious in any way. Most of them are a mish mash of memories. It is the minds way of shutting down and preparing to let go.
Answer by beeky at 7:17 PM on Jan. 8, 2010
The brain is still largely an enigma. NDE's could just be the random firing of electrical impulses in the brain as it dies- we don't KNOW.
Answer by IhartU at 7:23 PM on Jan. 8, 2010
Answer by Freela at 7:34 PM on Jan. 8, 2010
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