Of course not. The only way any of those claims could be falsifiable accepted, and become factual is IF every other single possibility, every other second, minute and hour of that child’s life, both sleeping and waking, were known in every detail to another and shown to be proof of any kind of reincarnation. You have only to think of the amount of information gathered in a child’s head by the time s/he can articulate anything at all to work out that any talk of some other life is false. |Not the child’s fault, ever.Quote
Is Gerda basically correct
Try that idea on IS! Why should any journalist or objective investigator go into any of the said cases when it is known that none has ever been shown to be objective.Quote
Check her claims about children--and yours--against the published literature.
Circumstantial and hearsay *evidence* may cause some to hesitate, but no-one has ever gone on to prove anything.
Apart from the fact that the document was PDF and my software is not comfortable with PDF, I’ve been around this subject all my life.Quote
I provided a link above--or you could Google up some more.
What an odd statement! Please elaborate. socially fortunately, for today's atheists it is much easier and the numbers slowly but surely increasing - and, no, I can't find the statistics, but I have only to listen to the radio to hear the difference.Quote
It's not hard, Susan--it's just hard to be an atheist.