God and the Afterlife- Latest Findings from the Largest NDE Study Ever Reported. Dr. Jeffrey Long.


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God and the Afterlife- Latest Findings from the Largest NDE Study Ever Reported. Dr. Jeffrey Long.


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Jul 25, 2019

Society for Scientific Exploration

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Jeffrey Long, M.D. has scientifically studied over 4000 near-death experiences (NDEs). Dr. Long reviews this prior research and presents his current groundbreaking investigation of the content of NDEs that address humankind’s “Big Questions” which include: Does God exist? Is there an afterlife? What is the meaning and purpose of earthly life? NDEs have extraordinarily consistent information that address the Big Questions. Insights into the Big Questions from NDEs does not seem explainable by preexisting cultural or religious beliefs. This is the largest scientific investigation of sequentially shared experiences addressing the Big Questions ever reported. Bio: Jeffrey Long, M.D. is a radiation oncology physician practicing in Houma, Louisiana. Dr. Long has investigated over 4000 near-death experiences (NDEs), which is by far the largest number of NDEs ever scientifically studied. The results of his previous research were published in the New York Times bestselling book Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences. Dr. Long’s latest NDE research is presented in his most recent book God and the Afterlife: The Groundbreaking New Evidence for God and Near-Death Experience. Millions of people have seen Dr. Long discuss his re- search on shows including the NBC Today Show, The O’Reilly Factor, The Dr. Oz Show, National Geographic television, History Channel, and on television broadcasts around the world. Recorded at the Society for Scientific Exploration conference at Yale University, 2017 Support the SSE's commitment to open access content at: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=23234339 Or take your support of our 501(c)(3) nonprofit even further by becoming an SSE member: https://www.scientificexploration.org... The SSE provides a forum for original research into cutting edge and unconventional areas. Views and opinions belong only to the speakers, and are not necessarily endorsed by the SSE.

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