Also, read the words of philosophers, the third rational reason. There’s a gentleman by the name of Immanuel Kant who is no lightweight speaker and here is what Immanuel Kant says. I quote, “All people on planet earth seem to have a concern for ethics”. Why do we have a concern for ethics? We have a built-in concern for ethics. He says through a long, involved philosophical process, the only explanation for this inherent sense of ethics is something he calls justice. Now, check this last statement out.
He argues, “Because justice is not applied fully in this life, it must be applied in the after-life by a judge who finally settles all accounts. There must be, Kant says, an after-life, if for no other reason, for justice once and for all to be served. The philosophers. Study philosophers. They say, “There’s life after death”. How about the built-in sense of eternity that we have? Anthropologists have discovered this long ago in every culture, every nation, every nationality. You name it, we all have a sense of the eternity built within our lives. I read Lee Beth books all the time and these books at night always end, “…and Bert and Ernie and Big Bird lived happily ever after”, “and the Bernstein Bears lived happily ever after”.
We love those few words, don’t we? Happily ever after. A built-in sense of the eternity. We want things to last. We think there’s life after the grave. So, how about the built-in sense of this eternal longing that we have? It seems as though mankind cannot get away from thinking about, “There must be something else. We must live forever”. How about the fifth rational reason? The fifth rational reason for believing in life after death. Yes, ethics is important but look at near-death experiences.© Copyright 2012 admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Ed Young Jr