Itís a myth that the Major Religions are basically the same
-Robert Fawcett, Author
The Major Religions of the World ....Revisited
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Near Death Experiences

No one has actually died, and come back to tell us about it... or have they?

There are many near-death experiences that have been recorded, and any conversation about death has to take a look at some of the amazing stories you can find about folks who have been so close to death that they have a story to tell. Let's hear from some of them. One common thread from many of these folks is... they no longer fear death.

"I knew with total certainty that everything was evolving exactly the way it should and that the ultimate destiny for every living being is to return to the Source, The Light, Pure Love.."
- Juliett Nightengale, near-death experience

"As each second passed there was more to learn, answers to questions, meanings and definitions, philosophies and reasons, histories, mysteries and so much more, all pouring into my mind. I remember thinking, 'I knew that, I know I did, where has it all been?'"
- Virginia Rivers describing her near-death experience

"I now feel that my life is totally guided by God ... To me it was a case of total surrender and total freedom."
- Janet, near-death experience

"The "hell" that I experienced was the pain, anguish, hurt and anger that I had caused others, or that I suffered as a result of my actions/words to others. "Hell" was what I had created for myself and my own soul through turning my back on unconditional love, compassion and peace."
- Tina, a near-death experience

"Hell is a state of being we create by being away from God until we choose to return to him. It is a state totally devoid of love."
- Sandra Rogers, near-death experience

Hell: an eternal abode of the spiritual dead; a place where sinners and unbelievers go after death for torment, and eternal punishment.

Fr. Brooks Keith explains Hell with these words: "Perhaps the most chilling and accurate description of Hell is 'the place where God is absent.' "

So, Hell has two purposes:

1.  A place where evil is contained.

2.  A place of confinement for those who do not want a relationship with God.


                 From the book MAJOR RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD ....REVISITED

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"Everybody is dying.  From the moment we are born, we start to die.  Death is the most democratic experience in life, for we all participate in it."


                       Billy Graham














I want to go to Heaven! 

How do I get there? 

Judaism?  Buddhism?  Hinduism?  Christianity?  Islam?

One interesting aspect ....

The famous psychologist Carl Jung (CJ Jung Institute, Zurich & New York) was quoted as saying that he never had a patient, man or woman, over 40 whose problems did not root-back to fear of approaching death.

Another interesting aspect ....

Through my reading and study and conversations, the very worst fears of humankind are death and eternal lostness.  It is not where we came from, or why we are here -- it is the absolute fear of dying, and not going to Heaven!

The attractive aspect of this book is that it is succinct ....

It is succinct, and gets to the core issues, the key questions. You do not have to read the 'entire library' to understand the differences among the religions.

As to the understandable aspects of this book:

The vast majority of people do not ever attend either Church or Temple or Mosque or Synagogue, but they still think, and worry, about this stuff, this subject.  Why?  The book has an understandable answer to this understandable question.

Further, this book makes it simple: it ask the same questions of each religion as to its beliefs and teachings.  What do they teach as to a Creator?  The origin of the universe, our planet Earth?  The origin of humankind?  The origin of evil and suffering?  A messiah?  About reconciling with God?  Each religion's role, their purpose?

Fear of Death

Once God created man and woman, he gave them free will; meaning they could make choices including making the choice to disobey God.

Robert Fawcett

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