Help me out here y'all. A doctor is performing surgery on a patient but couldn’t save his life and he dies. Then the doctor says HE IS GONE! But the body of the patient is lying right there before the doctor, yet he says he is gone. My question is how he can be gone when he is lying in front of you? Before y'all start laughing at me, the doctor doesn’t believe in spirit or soul, so WHO IS GONE? I would love to hear your answers cause I know there are lots of intelligent people here. Thanks
When the time of death is called the doctor is speaking in medical terms. Correct me if I'm wrong but it is when a patient has no heart beat and cannot be revived. Yes, physically the body is still in front of him/her, however the patient is medically dead.
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