Which religion is yours? You don't have one? That's strange, because in the hospital Emergency Room, everyone seems to vocalize a religion of some sort, want to or not. The typical response to an acute injury or illness is "God help me " And they can't keep from saying this. Each religion also seems to involve this basic question: Is there a life after death? And to attain this "good" life when you die seems to form the basic objective of most religions. But how do you know that you have the right religion? In this wonderful Age of Resuscitation in which we live, post-death experiences occur in most all faiths, races and cultures. In fact, about twenty percent of those resuscitated from clinical death have had an after-death experience so real that it turns their life upside-down. Not only are they willing to bet their life on this revelation, but the very sequence of events are comparable-something that drugs, chemicals, injuries, and infections cannot do or duplicate. For contrast, let's compare the death experience for the main groups of religions, for death, as with life, is patiently waiting for each of us to discover this answer for ourselves. UPDATED BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION Maurice S. Rawlings, M.D. Physician to President Dwight Eisenhower Physician to Joint Chiefs of Staff Assoc. Clinical Professor of Medicine, Univ. of Tennessee National Teaching Faculty, American Heart Association Medical Director, Aventis and ZLB Bio-science Laboratories Author of Beyond Death's Door, Before Death Comes, Life Wish, and To Hell and Back. (Multiple languages. The first and last publications were also made into movies). Fellow, American Colleges of Cardiology, Angiology and ChestPhysicians Diplomat, American Board of Cardiology Chairman, TVA Medical Retirement Board Pilot, Instrument, Multi-engine
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