Stafford Betty@Huff Post: The Looming Divorce Between Religion and the Afterlife

 

The following article was published by Jenn on The Search for Life after Death. It speaks to a theme with which my readers are very much familiar: Many adults, especially those under 30, have strong spiritual beliefs even though they are not affiliated with a religion.

I urge you to subscribe to Jenn’s blog, which is rife with thought-provoking posts about the afterlife.

Dr. Stafford Betty is a Professor of religious studies at California State University, Bakersfield. You might also know him as the author of several fantastic books about the afterlife, such as The Afterlife Unveiled: What the Dead are Telling Us About Their World and Heaven and Hell Unveiled: Updates From The Spirit World. Recently, Dr. […]

via Stafford Betty@Huff Post: The Looming Divorce Between Religion and the Afterlife — The Search For Life After Death

6 thoughts on “Stafford Betty@Huff Post: The Looming Divorce Between Religion and the Afterlife

  1. Interesting. Gee… I think I’ve come to the conclusion that our energy just goes back to the source when we hop on over to the other side. I mean, energy is never destroyed, right? And we’re all made up of energy. Not as romantic as the paranormal though, is it…

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