Originally posted by bod2k8
I believe it's just '___' from your pineal gland.
What about NDE's from people all over the world? Why is every NDE i hear about in the Propaganda Media reflect on Christianity. id like to see some more very convincing NDE of people seeing Buddha or Krishna Ra Thor etc. not enough of those around.
My own NDE research shows that atheists who return from a NDE may not believe in a God after it, but they do return recognizing a higher power in the universe and behind everything.
Of all the possible near-death elements, the light exerted the greatest influence on the individual. Patients interpreted the light as a being - a being that radiated love and warmth. Christians recognized the light as Christ. Atheists identified the spirit only as a guide.
People who report NDEs are no better or worse – and no more or less religious – than in any other cross-section of the population. They come from many religious backgrounds and from the ranks of agnostics and even atheists. The experience seems more closely related to a person's life afterwards than to what it was before.
And this the people don't see god *himself*
Man Sees God While Dying
Not god himself.. It projects into the particular figure you worship, or loved ones.
Originally posted by ddb421
no one can see god and live
Originally posted by ChronMan
reply to post by Pellevoisin
"No man has seen God at any time, the only begotten god who is in the bosom position with the Father is the one that has explained him." - John 1:18
"At no time has anyone beheld God." - 1John 4:12
Still Old Testament?
The Exodus also includes the much older Hebrew as Moses and the elders ascended the mountain "and gazed upon the God of Israel and ate and drank."