Near-death is the key phrase. Nobody has returned from the dead since the resurrection of Christ. Unless you count ghosts who, technically, are still dead.
posted on 02/04/2004 5:29:11 PM PST
(In the know on the border)
Yes, there is such a thing as a near-death experience. Due to an accident in a hospital, I can vouch for the fact that the last human sense to fail, is hearing. I went into shock during a cat scan. My vision failed. My sense of touch failed. I heard the nurse say to the doctor, "BP 70 over 0." Those are not good numbers, LOL.
It is an interesting and remarkably detatched experience. I knew what was going on, and what the doctor was doing to snap me out of it. I thought it would work. Meanwhile, I was along for the ride. LOL.
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posted on 02/04/2004 5:44:58 PM PST
by Congressman Billybob
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Nobody has returned from the dead since the resurrection of Christ.
posted on 02/04/2004 6:00:41 PM PST
(In my humble opinion, the new expression for backing down from a fight should be called 'frenching')
Dunno...agree for the most part but I have seen folks with no pulse, not breathing and with proper emergency care from first responders bring them back to pulse and breathing mode. NDE ? Dead ? Just almost dead ?
They were as close as I can figure ........Stay safe !
posted on 02/04/2004 6:01:12 PM PST
(Salmon...the other pink meat !)
Father Albert J. Hebert, S.M., "Raised From the Dead, True Stories of 400 Resurrection Miracles" (335pp.; TAN Books & Pub., 1986; Nihil Obstat, Imprimatur).
"Ti apiston krinetai par 'umin ei 'o Theos nekrous egeirei" --- Acts 26:8
"Nobody has returned from the dead since the resurrection of Christ."
Absolutely not true. Ever hear of a missionary in the mountains of Mexico named David Hogan?
Listen to.......or better yet, watch........one of his seminars some time. You'll be speechless.
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