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Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife Paperback – 23 Oct 2012
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Dr Eben Alexander's near-death experience is the most astounding I have heard in more than four decades of studying this phenomenon. In my opinion, Dr Alexander is living proof of an afterlife. (Dr Raymond Moody, bestselling author of Life After Life)
Dr Alexander's neuroscience career taught him that near-death experiences are brain-based illusions, and yet his personal experience left him dumbstruck. His honest struggle to make sense of this unforgettable journey is a gripping story, unique in the literature of spiritual experiences that may well change how we understand our role in the universe. (Dr Bruce Greyson, Carlson Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences, University of Virginia School of Medicine; co-editor of The Handbook of Near-Death Experiences)
An interesting account of how a man's spiritual beliefs were fundamentally changed by an unforeseen and nearly fatal event (Glasgow Herald)
I don't know whether Heaven exists, but I do believe that Eben's account is real and that he witnessed a part of the Universe that most of us haven't seen (Anthony Peake, author of Is There Life After Death?: The Extraordinary Science of What Happens When We Die and Making Sense of Near Death Experiences)
A man of science coming out for life after death has extra resonance, rather like Richard Dawkins saying 'God bless.' Based on his own life experience after falling into a coma, it's a fascinating read whatever your own opinions (Belfast Telegraph)
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Due to his experience the doctrine that looks like he's adopting is contrary to Christianity in different but important points, yet he is a church goer. Is he implying that his experience and his view of the universe and heaven is for all of us? Or for himself?
It left me a bit confused.
The Kindle version is a bit overpriced.
Worth a quick read.
I only gave it 4/5 because, due to the medical and technical language and terminology, at times I found it a bit "heavy". However, this is also one of the reasons I found it so believable.
I'd recommend this book to anyone and everyone, but particularly to anyone who, like me, occasionally has doubts in their faith.
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