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  • Título Original: Religion, Spirituality & the Near-Death Experience
  • Autor del libro: Mark Fox
  • ISBN: 978-0415288316
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:380
  • Realese fecha:1987-11-22
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Whether resuscitated in the emergency room, struck by lightening or rescued at sea, people snatched from the jaws of death have long reported uncanny or otherworldly phenomena. Survivors of these mystical and occasionally traumatic voyages repeat the same familiar stories: testimonies of tunnels and flowers and light, of hellish or heavenly visions. Where do people go duri Whether resuscitated in the emergency room, struck by lightening or rescued at sea, people snatched from the jaws of death have long reported uncanny or otherworldly phenomena. Survivors of these mystical and occasionally traumatic voyages repeat the same familiar stories: testimonies of tunnels and flowers and light, of hellish or heavenly visions. Where do people go during these encounters? What do they see? Why are their remarkable stories so often correlative? Are they persuasive evidence of life after physical death?