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  1. Has anyone ever argued for the existence of the human spirit? I say this because of the many examples of people having died and comming back alive. Some are even able to describe their conscious existence while being in this state. It seems to me this defeats the argument science can or will explain everything. It appears to be immeasurable. But I am not equipped (yet) to make a reasoned argument concerning this.

    If you know of any arguments supporting the existence of the human spirit, I would be interested?


    • Search “Gary Habermas near death experiences” on YouTube for lectures, interviews, etc. on the topic. He also has several new links to related NDE videos on his website: https://www.garyhabermas.com/

      The myth of Naturalism was destroyed long before modern science arrived on the scene. According to the vast majority of scientists it was almost 14 billion years ago that time-space, matter and energy came into existence so there is really no reason to subscribe to that religion. Reason tells us that either the Cosmos or its Creator has always existed while Science informs us that it wasn’t the Cosmos. Mind preceded matter and it matters.

      Within human history and with abundant eye-witness testimony, Jesus performed miracles from changing water into wine to raising the dead. While these miracles might pale in comparison to the creation of our entire finely-tuned Cosmos in the finite past, they did reveal, along with Jesus’ resurrection, his authority and perfect unity with the Father.

      Remember Reason, Science and History (www.arn.org) and you’ll be on the right track. Add God’s revelation for knowledge we could not otherwise obtain and you’ll be on the right road.

      God is Spirit and you were created in His spiritual image. Your body is merely a temporary vehicle for you to conduct the good works He planned in advance for you to do on this Earth. (Ephesians 2:8-10)

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