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Message Subject I'm an Atheist. Why should I believe in a god? Which god? and why?
Poster Handle Don'tBeAfraid
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One many evidences, that helps to disprove atheism.

Find NDEs, in which veridical information is revealed.

For example, here's a real case.

A person has an NDE. Goes to heaven, and learn of information about the deceased they saw in heaven.

This information was previously unknown, and impossible for the person to have known about.

After the NDE, it was discovered the information to be true down to the exact details.

Psychologists, neurologists, atheists, can not explain these types of NDEs, in which veridical info is discovered.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32923844


Why do people in India have different NDE's then us people in the west (eg less tunnels of light, different characters guarding the afterlife etc. etc.)?

How does that exactly fit in with the notion that people have access to the afterlife in an NDE?

A far more likely explanation is simply that your brain hallucinates due to oxigen levels and shows what we expect to see in a rather warped way (in ways like for example hallucinogenic shrooms do).
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22089462


While some NDEs are possible as hallucinations or even the recovery of memories induced at childbirth, that won't explain the NDEs of many who were brain dead. If you understand some neuroscience, and I recommend you take at least one course in it, then you know that there are times when the brain is so damaged by illness or lack of oxygen that the brain cannot do higher order thinking by definition. And yet, those folks have experienced something in a NDE which is very complexed. That indicates a consciousness outside the limits of the brain. As such, it points to a life outside our limited Life within a body. Do a little more research into brain death, and I think you'll come to some conclusions about that.
 
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