If not for a chance comment I made on another thread and response to it I would not have started this thread.
I have in fact researched the subject for a number of years and along with many of my friends and relatives have accepted it . Acceptance has given a certain confidence in life – for instance the ability of my wife and me to reject mainstream medicine when we were both confronted with cancer, and go the also well researched alternative way.
I have no need to gain reassurance through agreement but think that from the response from ‘Sparky’ that I may be derelict in my responsibilities by not letting other people review the evidence that I can put forward.
An eminent Sydney lawyer, Victor Zammit, from my home state New South Wales has compiled what I consider the best condensation of evidence that I have come across, and has presented it in a free E-Book of ~250 pages.
The third paragraph in his opening statement sums it up for me:-
“After many years of serious investigation I have come to the irretrievable conclusion that there is a great body of evidence which taken as a whole absolutely and unqualifiedly proves the case for the afterlife. I will not be arguing that the objective evidence has just very high value. Nor am I suggesting that this evidence be accepted beyond reasonable doubt. I am stating that the evidence taken as a whole constitutes overwhelming and irrefutable proof for the existence of the afterlife.”
Before posting on this thread I do recommend that you read the book, all of it. Thunderbolts has shown me a whole group of people that in most cases are willing to examine evidence and weigh it up dispassionately.
That is all that I ask – as ‘Sparky’ put it, “this is the most important question”
The book can be found at http://www.victorzammit.com/book/