A doctor of internal medicine argues that the Near Death Experience is brain-based, and appeals to religious doctrines which deny the existence of an immaterial soul.
A brief article which criticizes the work of a few, notable Near Death Experience researchers.
Considers whether the Being of Light of the Near Death Experience may actually be satanic.
A critique of NDE skeptic Susan Blackmore by Greg Stone, who points out mischaracterizations of religion and science in her work. The article contains her rebuttal and Mr. Stone's counter-rebuttal.
States that NDEs "indicate that at death the soul separates from the body, and that a person's spirit is conscious and coherent at death." However, the site concludes that "NDEs do not accurately reflect what lies beyond the grave."
Critically analyzes the non-Biblical theology of NDE author Betty Eadie.
A brief article by NDE skeptic, Susan Blackmore.
Critically analyzes the research methods of some NDE researchers and the possibly deceptive nature of the NDE.
An article by Quigg Lawrence, the nephew of "Mr. NDE" George Ritchie.
Examines the Mormon and new age influence on Betty Eadie's presentation of her alleged NDE.