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Why don't churches teach verified out of body experiences as proof of an afterlife?


Since out of body experiences (OOBEs) have been verified by M.D.s why don't churches teach OOBEs as proof of an afterlife?

 

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Mel Carriere says

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    Jay C OBrien 2 years ago

    The question asks about medically verified OOBEs not the supernatural. Why don't churches teach the proof of their theory of an afterlife?

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    Jay C OBrien 2 years ago

    "Verified" means the person received information which was corroborated while the person could not have physically made the observation. See Hub, "Near Death Experiences and What they Mean." See IANDS. Read books by Raymond A. Moody, Jr. M.D.


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    Jay C OBrien 2 years ago

    So, can't we start our own church based on Jesus and spirituality and proved by OOBEs?


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    Jay C OBrien 2 years ago

    When Jesus was dead, where was his spirit?