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Posted February 10, 2014
Isn't it a bit ironic that a Christian wants to debunk the theory of an 'afterlife'???? Christians want you to believe that Jesus arose from the dead, that our 'souls' go to Heaven, if we've lived our lives according to what they preach. Personally, I prefer believe that our souls continue after the death of this 'vessel' it is in during this 'lifetime' and continues after death! I have serious misgivings about a preacher that is threatened because some have experiences with loved ones or 'others' who have passed. Where is his Faith??? Doesn't he believe what he 'preaches'???? NO, I haven't read his book, nor will I. He basis all his faith on the 'readers digest' version of another book that back in Constantine's time have over 40 documents/books removed and the remainder reordered into a new chronological order. I apologize, but I can't base my faith and life on that!! I do believe in a Higher Power and it guides my every thought and breath. I walk this earth living Christ's Consciousness; Love of fellow man, non-judgment of others, doing no harm, living as Christ did.... I only wish more who ascribe to organized religions would do the same.
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Posted May 19, 2014
Agreed. Kagan's account is rediculous and poorly written. I'm not Christian, not atheist, no agenda but to seek truth. Kagan's account simply isn't true.
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Posted March 9, 2014
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