Afterlife Beliefs In Ancient and Indigenous Cultures with Sheryl Gottschall

Afterlife Beliefs In Ancient and Indigenous Cultures with Sheryl Gottschall

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Afterlife Conference – 9th April, 2017.
Near Death Experiences and Afterlife Beliefs In Ancient and Indigenous Cultures

Some skeptics of Near Death Experiences (NDEs) recommend they are simply hallucinations rising at the time of death, formed by the cultural beliefs and social values of the time. Nonetheless some anthropologists and religious scientists have discovered that NDEs of historical cultures share commonalities around the globe regardless of their beliefs, and are basically the causal inspiration
for the spiritual beliefs of these communities. In this presentation Sheryl explores the NDEs and afterlife beliefs of a variety of historical and indigenous cultures, exactly where we uncover the quite earliest data of near death experiences suggesting they are a common “main” experience that is element of mankind’s spiritual heritage.

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  1. Jesus is Lord God Almighty clothed in unfallen humanity and He is the author of eternal life to all who trust Him alone for salvation.

    The only reason anyone will ever be in Heaven is solely by the shed blood, death, burial, and resurrection, of Jesus Christ alone.

    Anything added or subtracted from this is another gospel.

    Our good works, repenting of sins, and obedience, are solely for rewards in Heaven or a lack thereof and have absolutely nothing to do with salvation at all.

    People have always been saved either looking forward to the Messiah or backwards to the Messiah.

    God promised that He would reveal Himself to anyone who diligently seeks Him.

    No doubt He revealed Himself to native American Indian people through dreams and visions.