LIFE AFTER DEATH: KEY POINTS Rwanda's Prefectures and Key Towns UGANDA. • Post Genocide Rwanda is a post-genocide society. The psychology of the country's nearly 8 million people is complex. Members of both ethnic groups believe they ...
GERALD MASSEY GERALD MasseY, Poet, Reformer, Egyptologist, and Spiritualist, returned a few days after death to adjust a personal matter. There had been a little difference of opinion between an old friend and himself, and it fell to my ...
In Life After Death, Chopra draws on cutting-edge scientific discoveries and the great wisdom traditions to provide a map of the afterlife. It’s a fascinating journey into many levels of consciousness.
Author: Deepak Chopra, M.D.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Deepak Chopra has touched millions of readers by demystifying our deepest spiritual concerns while retaining their poetry and wonder. Now he turns to the most profound mystery: What happens after we die? Is this one question we were not meant to answer, a riddle whose solution the universe keeps to itself? Chopra tells us there is abundant evidence that “the world beyond” is not separated from this world by an impassable wall; in fact, a single reality embraces all worlds, all times and places. At the end of our lives we “cross over” into a new phase of the same soul journey we are on right this minute. In Life After Death, Chopra draws on cutting-edge scientific discoveries and the great wisdom traditions to provide a map of the afterlife. It’s a fascinating journey into many levels of consciousness. But far more important is his urgent message: Who you meet in the afterlife and what you experience there reflect your present beliefs, expectations, and level of awareness. In the here and now you can shape what happens after you die. By bringing the afterlife into the present moment, Life After Death opens up an immense new area of creativity. Ultimately there is no division between life and death—there is only one continuous creative project. Chopra invites us to become cocreators in this subtle realm, and as we come to understand the one reality, we shed our irrational fears and step into a numinous sense of wonder and personal power.
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Leonard Angel, “Reincarnation All Over Again,” Skeptic, Fall 2002; and John Beloff, “Is There Anything Beyond Death?” in Paul Edwards, ed. Immortality, 262–63. Raymond Moody, Life after Life: The Investigation of a Phenomenon—Survival ...
Author: Dinesh D'Souza
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Unlike many books about the afterlife, Life after Death makes no appeal to religious faith, divine revelation, or sacred texts. Drawing on some of the most powerful theories and trends in physics, evolutionary biology, science, philosophy, and psychology, D'Souza shows why the atheist critique of immortality is irrational. It is not only reasonable to believe in life after death; it is also beneficial. Such a belief gives depth and significance to this life, a path to happiness, and reason for hope.
Man's need for love is peculiar in that his need for love does not end after he is dead . Our need for bread stops at death ; our need for water stops at death ; our need for shelter and clothing stop at death .
recognized limit upon violence, could there be a limit upon violence beyond war? Is there a compelling and ... Or does war after death demand a response to violence that breaks altogether with the paradigm of war and its vicissitudes?
Author: Steven Miller
Publisher: Fordham Univ Press
Category: Literary Criticism
War after Death considers forms of violence that regularly occur in actual wars but do not often factor into the stories we tell about war, which revolve invariably around killing and death. Recent history demonstrates that body counts are more necessary than ever, but the fact remains that war and death is only part of the story—an essential but ultimately subordinate part. Beyond killing, there is no war without attacks upon the built environment, ecosystems, personal property, artworks, archives, and intangible traditions. Destructive as it may be, such violence is difficult to classify because it does not pose a grave threat to human lives. Nonetheless, the book argues that destruction of the nonhuman or nonliving is a constitutive dimension of all violence—especially forms of extreme violence against the living such as torture and rape; and it examines how the language and practice of war are transformed when this dimension is taken into account. Finally, War after Death offers a rethinking of psychoanalytic approaches to war and the theory of the death drive that underlies them.
Author: Anthony C. ThiseltonPublish On: 2011-12-05
In Christian theology, too, death, and life after death, remained an important subject. Henry Venn, an evangelical pietist, encouraged parents to allow their children to witness the deathbeds of Christians, as did the high churchman ...
Author: Anthony C. Thiselton
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Writing in the wake of a near-fatal stroke, eminent theologian Anthony C. Thiselton addresses a universally significant topic: death and what comes next. This distinctive study of "the last things" comprehensively explores questions about individual death, the intermediate state, the return of Christ, the resurrection of the dead, hell, the final state of the redeemed, and more. At once scholarly and pastoral, Thiselton's Life after Death offers biblically astute, historically informed, and intellectually sound answers -- making this book an invaluable resource for thinking Christians.
Morestill, the way Africans qualify death shows that they believe in life after death. Among the Abaluyia, death or dying is described as 'sleeping,' 'going to the place of dead.' The Akamba of Ghana use the following terms: 'to go home ...
Author: Anthony Onyekwe
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
In Africa, the emphasis on family, marriage, and offspring suggest that there is a kind of an unwritten ancestral law that imposes on every male the duty of begetting a son. The reason is because the core of African ‘soteriology’ is centered on offspring. The predicament of the childless couples, therefore, stems from the desire for immortality and salvation that culminates in the admission of the dead into the ancestral world. This quest for salvation and immortality constitute social, emotional, psychological, and spiritual problems for Christian as well as non-Christian childless couples.
Lady Lovel in Clara Reeve's Old English Baron ( 1777 ) maintains an admirable resignation upon hearing of the death of her husband , but only until his ghost appears to her to tell her that he has been murdered.38 In Reeve's later novel ...
Author: Karen Bloom Gevirtz
Publisher: University of Delaware Press
Life After Death shows how representations of the widow in theeighteenth-century novel express attitudes toward emerging capitalismand women's participation in it. Authors responded to the century'sinstability by using widows, who had the right to act economically andself-interestedly, to teach women that virtue meant foregoing theopportunities that the changing economy offered. Novelists thus helpedto create expectations for women that linger today, and established thenovel as a cultural arbiter. The first study of widows in the developingnovel, Life After Death also takes the next step in merging genre, gender, and economic criticism