Near Death Experiences and the Evidence---A Review Essay

Gary R. Habermas


In his article, Gary R. Habermas agrees with naturalist Susan Blackmore, author of Dying to Live: Near-Death Experiences, that the chief question concerning the objectivity of near-death experiences is whether empirical, corroborative evidence is really available. However, it is argued that Blackmore's challenge for specific kinds of data can at least tentatively be met. Mr. Habermas teaches in the Department of Philosophy and Theology at Liberty University.

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