By David Harmon
This booklet presents a clean examine probably the most enduring, soaking up, and common questions people face: What occurs to us when we die? In secular suggestion, the traditional solution is easy: we disappear into oblivion. David Harmon takes us in a special course, by way of making the case nonconscious section of our character survives death—literally, now not figuratively—and explains how this sort of naturalistic afterlife could be emotionally appropriate to us whereas we're nonetheless living. Combining insights from the humanities, background, philosophy, and technological know-how, a compelling argument takes form for an afterlife with out God.
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