Article ignores NDE evidence completely (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Friday, June 23, 2017, 14:43 (59 days ago) @ dhw

DAVID: Michael Shermer is a famous skeptic. His article is totally biased by ignoring the subject:
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-the-ldquo-you-rdquo-in-an-afterlife-woul...

DAVID's comment: Shermer knows Susan Blackmore from the skeptic society. She has discussed NDE's and denies them. Shermer ignores them.

dhw: Having attended a lecture by Susan Blackmore, I am not in the least surprised by the head-in-the-sand approach of diehard atheists. It perfectly matches the head-in-the-sand approach of diehard theists, and is put to shame by the open-mindedness of diehard agnostics, except that diehard agnostics have got it wrong one way or the other, so they/we have nothing to be proud of either. :-D

DAVID: No one has proof, but I have an opinion based on evidence beyond a reasonable doubt.

dhw: That is tantamount to saying that anyone else’s opinion is unreasonable, and if this were a court of law (“beyond a reasonable doubt” being the legal criterion for proof of guilt) you would send all atheists and agnostics to jail. Ts, ts.

We are not in court. Stop feeling guilty about your lack of faith.


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