Think about, for example, possible problems with universal salvation. Her large yet taut mammories bounce as she runs towards you, "booty" cheeks rising one at a time. I have to teach myself a whole paper which just terrifies me!!
If one wants to maintain that all are saved, how is a person changed who, in their earthly life, has been incorrigibly bad?
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Dr Parnia continued: "This is significant, since it has often been assumed that experiences in relation to death are likely hallucinations or illusions occurring either before the heart stops or after the heart has been successfully restarted, but not an experience corresponding with 'real' events when the heart isn't beating."In this case, consciousness and awareness appeared to occur during a three-minute period when there was no heartbeat.
“This is paradoxical, since the brain typically ceases functioning within 20-30 seconds of the heart stopping and doesn't resume again until the heart has been restarted.The shock research has also uncovered the most convincing evidence of an out of body experience for a patient declared dead.It had been believed the brain stopped all activity 30 seconds after the heart had stopped pumping blood around the body, and that with that, awareness ceases too.-An alternative approach is dualism: Plato and Descartes - body and soul are two seperate entities, mind and matter, and as a result life after death is possible. -Monism holds a similar principle that body and soul are one and the same and are not seperate, as a result, when our body dies we die, soul and all. John Hick proposed a theory of the logical possibility of a bodily resurrection and write about what he thought. There seemed to be a gradual change towards 'our disembodied souls going to heaven' and that kind of thing.He didn't say that he believed in a bodily resurrection but that his argument gives us a logical possibility of such and as a result life after death is possible. Hope that gives you some ideas :] Oh and constantly evaluate throughout the essay. Thinking was very mixed up until the Reformation and beyond with some maintaining the orthodoxy of bodily resurrection in this renewed creation and others carrying a markedly different Cartesian/Platonic/Eastern mix of ideas of the person and eschatology.Life After 100 years Person like you, me and many others in this earth has many thoughts and wonders in our mind that what will be the living life of human being after 100 years.The main question is, is human activities going be to replace by machines (robots, computers etc) and humans being lazy doing his/her work and expecting everything to be automatic or can be an imaginary life of machines take over every activities of humans.-An alternative approach is dualism: Plato and Descartes - body and soul are two seperate entities, mind and matter, and as a result life after death is possible. In the 20th century there seems to have been a return from liberals to a monist position (as the traditional Hebraic position would probably maintain) and a return to bodily resurrection among evangelical academics.As for the coherence of such positions, I couldn't see why it would not be.However, the most significant finding of the study is that of a 57-year old man who is perhaps the first confirmed outer body experience in a patient.The man was able to recall with eerie accuracy what was going on around him after he had ‘died’ temporarily.