In the Presence of Unconditional Love
the Near Death Experience
by Ken Katin
This book is much more than a book on near death experiences. It is a self-help book complete with instructions. It will explain in detail the tough questions of life. Who you are and why you are here in the physical world. Where did evil come from, and is heaven and hell real, complete with details. Is there an afterlife and what is it like. It talks about the teachings of Jesus and the meaning of Love. This book challenges science, and the theories of evolution. But most of all this book will help you feel good about yourself and the world.
Near death experiences are spiritual in nature indicating an afterlife of pleasant circumstances for all people.
There are six sections in this book each explaining a different view of the experience.
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This is something unexpected. While other Christian groups are forming into anti-abortion, anti-gay, anti-liberal, or anti-immigration groups there is another kind of Christians forming a group called the red-letter Christians. They are called red-letter because they have red-letter editions of the Bible, and are following the teachings of Jesus. Love one another, love your enemies, judge not, forgive, go the second mile, and serve your fellow man in ways that will help them the best.
They don’t picket abortion clinics, they don’t exclude gays, nor call them names, they don’t involve themselves in politics, they are devoted to feeding the hungry, healing the sick, visiting the shut-ins, and helping others. Their goal is to love as Jesus loved, and taught from the hillsides of Jerusalem. They are reviving the core of Christian teachings, turning back the clock to the beginnings of Christianity. God bless them, the Christians are back on the job of helping and loving others.
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I never thought much about skepticism before my near death experience. That was before skeptics started telling me I was dreaming, hallucinating, or just making up my experience. I found it odd that these people seemed to know more about my intensely personal experience than I did. Or did they?
Skeptics have been with us a long time. They told George Washington that he could never defeat the British, and they told Lincoln he could never unify our divided country. Every great person had their skeptics to deal with, including Bell, Wright, Edison, Ford, the list is emormous.
Skeptics of near death experiences are only more of the same. We have the evidence now in books, research, videos of surgery, documentaries, and veridical NDEs showing that our consciousness’ will live after the death of our bodies. Dozens of universities with hundreds of researchers are studying near death experiences. Yet the skeptics keep raising old doubts long debunked by the researchers.
Society doesn’t seem to think much about skeptics either. While you can find statues and memorials to the great thinkers, researchers and statesmen of our world most everywhere in parks, you can’t find a single statue erected in honor of a skeptic for his great skepticism anywhere. There are no awards for skepticism, no medals, or prize money.
So while thinkers, reseachers, and statemen go on showing us the path to future knowledge and accomplishments, the skeptics will go on sitting, doing nothing, helping no one, just skepticizing.
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The relationship between science and near death experiences is bitter-sweet. In the 60′s main stream science began to take a wrong turn down the dead-end street of materialism. In the 70′s, researchers like Dr. Raymond Moody, and Elisabeth Keubler-Ross were studying the subject of death and dying in hospitals.
What Moody, and Keubler-Ross researched were events called near death experiences. So named by Dr. Moody. While these experiences were not new, the large number of people experiencing them were new. Due to better methods of resuscitation doctors were reviving more patients that died on the operating tables. Patients that told the doctors they went out of their body and watched the resuscitation of their clinically dead bodies. Fortunately not all doctors dismissed the “stories” of their patient’s near death experiences as dreaming or hallucinating, and so research began in earnest.
Over 30 years later a dozen universities both here and abroad are engaged in near death experience research. There is now a large amount of data from this research that shows human consciousness lives on after the death of the brain and body.
This research represents a serious challenge to main stream science’s belief in materialism. This research shows that materialism is not the only game in town, it shows man is spiritual by nature.
So our world consists of a least two known dimensions: the spiritual and the physical. I don’t think this is news to most people. Spirituality has always played a large role in our society.
But ever since science opted for materialism, or natural explanations for all events, and actions in our Universe, there has been a growing disagreement between spirituality and science.
Now I believe that the solid evidence of man’s spirituality should end this conflict forever. Both science and spirituality can have their rightful places in our society.
Near death experiences just don’t seem to fit into any of the patterns of religion or science. Most experiencers are neither religious nor scientific minded in their approach to life after their near death experience. Maybe there could be a way to integrate religion and science into a higher more complete discipline using principles learned from near death experiences.
Below you can find some links to the research showing consciousness continues to live after the death of the brain and body. Since this blog is mainly devoted to showing the reality of near death experiences more links can be found there.
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