Near death experiences (NDEs) have garnered a reputation of being blissful, other-worldly adventures complete with encounters with lost loved ones. While many NDEers do consider their close brushes with death to be positive, 1-2% report having negative near death experiences.
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In this episode of Wednesday on the World, Fr. Robert Spitzer focuses on Christian hope. Father explains how Christian hope is grounded in both metaphysical and scientific evidence. He then shows how Christian hope is both reasonable and responsible. Watch the full episode below, and, for more resources, see the 7 Essential Modules at CredibleCatholic.com.
Covering everything from the decline of faith among teens to the Shroud of Turin, this two-part podcast interview with Fr. Robert Spitzer on the Man-Up Show focuses on evidence for God and the battle to reconcile faith and science. Man-Up is a show on hosted on Iowa Catholic Radio by Fr. Zach Kautzky and Joe Stopulos. The two explore ways to help Catholic men grow in their faith and features a dynamic guest every week.
Some of the contents of this chapter are quite technical, but this is an unavoidable consequence of discussing the scientific and philosophical evidence for God.
The soul of a human person is unique, but is it transcendent? Fr. Spitzer gathers compelling evidence for a transcendent soul in the article below. By uniting science, philosophy, and faith, Fr. Spitzer examines evidence from near death experiences, our transcendental desires, God's presence to our consciousness, human intelligence, and free will.
In this video presentation Father Spitzer takes us through the growing body of evidence for the reality of a transphysical human soul. He draws from a wide range of disciplines including archeology, linguistics, neuroscience, mathematics, and philosophy.