People who have returned from death in hospitals
have reported that their choices of religions did not affect them,
tho atheists have had some complaints.
LOL this atheist would state that no one repeat no one had return from the dead in or out of a hospital.
do u know this ??
Did u inspect
As in so many things it how you define the term and as we now can keep people alive with no heart in their chest, death is not when a heart is not beating but when enough cells had died that there is no way for the human to return to consciousness.
I remain un
willing to accept your change in the definition of death.
I will continue to accept the old one
with which I grew up, to wit:
no EEG, no EKG, no respiration for a while.
My surgeon said that I died twice during abdominal surgery in 2005.
I have no memory of those deaths (unlike some people whom I have met),
but I have had several out-of-body experiences.
Most of them were when I was on-the-job in court,
actively taking testimony from witnesses; one was in a restaurant (not Hawkeye's), at lunch.
I like them. Thay feel good. I regret that thay were of as short duration as thay were; kinda fun.
In both situations, it is a matter of separation of consciousness
(partial or complete) from the human body.