Thanks for the link! I'll look into it.
You see, I believe there will be life after death, just not immediately after death, as taught in many religions: that at the moment a person dies, he goes somewhere else. No, I do not believe this.
But, please, keep an open mind, when reading the rest of this post!
Jesus said, the dead are in their "memorial tombs", when he will resurrect them, at a future time. -- John 5:28-29; John 6:40. And the resurrection being in the future, is further indicated by Paul, @ Acts of the Apostles 24:15.
But even most of Christendom doesn't teach that!! Most professed Bible supporters think that, when a person dies, they immediately go to bliss in heaven, or torment in hell. These teachers completely ignore Scriptures that directly deal with the subject, such as Genesis 3:19, Ecclesiastes 9:5, Psalms 146:3-4, Jesus' words regarding Lazarus at John 11:11-13, et.al.
Then, what could all these accounts of NDE's be about? It's about deceiving people, getting people to believe something that's not the truth! Just like with the people enslaved in Christendom! It is not for nothing the Bible tells us, that Satan is misleading "the entire inhabited Earth"! -Revelation 12:9.
What was the first lie? It was told by the Devil (John 8:44; "the original Serpent", Revelation 12:9), when he told Eve, "You positively will not die." He's simply trying to get many to believe his lie, that people don't really die, they just go to another place, and live there. He has pretty much succeeded....most think that way.
Another thing to consider. If our loved ones, when they died, actually did go somewhere else to live, wouldn't a loving God want us to know, and talk to them, to ease our mind? Of course!! But He tells us to avoid "consulting with the dead"(Deuteronomy 18:10-12)..... the dead are dead (for the time being, during which time, God is staying out of mankind's 'rulership trials'), and He is aware of whose power is really behind this deception.