I saw the movie. And while I'm not a firm believer in it, I really liked it!I watched a true-story movie this weekend called "Is Heave Real" about a 4- or -5 year-old boy who visited heaven. While there he met his great-grandfather and his miscarriage sister. When talking to his parents he told them about it. The parents had never told anyone about this miscarriage so they were shocked because they didn't even know the sex of the baby. It was riviting. While the dad was doing some homework he heard about a little girl that had a similare experience and painted Jesus' face. The little boy confirmed it was Him. Here's a news story about them both: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/201...an-image-on-cnn-captured-exactly-what-he-saw/
I think it is not that near death experiences are not real, what is questionable would be the interpretations that can be placed on them.Snip>>
However, I would not try to say that all near-death experiences are fake, just that a lot of the ones I have heard probably are. My sister's husband is one of the exceptions: his was interesting and lasted several days as he passed away. My sister and I still bring it up in wonder.
Sound was not too clear, but anyways..Yea but then people come back with teachings that aren't in the Bible. For example a man named Howard Storm says that there are life on other planets, and the word of God has nothing to say about it, WHY!
Would that count as NDE? I mean, going by the definition of NDE as per secular worldWhy not? Paul did.
2 Corinthians 12:2 (KJV)
I knew a man in Christ above fourteen years ago, (whether in the body, I cannot tell; or whether out of the body, I cannot tell: God knoweth; ) such an one caught up to the third heaven.
What about Daniel? or Jonah? or John?
What do you guys think about people who have near-death-experiences? There are plenty of testimonies of people claiming to have seen hell and even spoken to Jesus. Can we trust their testimonies?