The Afterlife: Ralph Jensen’s Spiritual View of the Savior’s Life, Ministry, Atonement, Resurrection in a “NDE” (Near Death Experience)
Jesus Christ has been diluted, denigrated, dismantled by disillusioned, dagger-shooting Dawkins- hope-starved Hitchins’, and elitists like Ehrman, to no avail.
If your faith has been so eroded by one of the above or by extreme postmodernism, by the hypocrisy of some who profess to believe, by unanswered questions, or by a disconnect between what you learned as a youth and your everyday life, I invite you to just pause long enough–one hour–to watch this video and to at least consider its implications for you. Please stay with me.
Ralph Jensen, with no anticipation of such an indelible experience, passed from this life (died from heart failure) and entered the afterlife, or spirit world, meeting the Savior, Jesus Christ.
As a spiritual eyewitness to the Savior’s life, Ralph shares a portion of his NDE (that’s really a mis-named acronym, since he died, and wasn’t nearly dead though he returned to mortality) conveying an additional witness of the Godhead; our pre-mortal choice to come to earth; the Savior’s suffering in the Garden of Gethsemane; the Atonement and Resurrection–all of which he witnessed up close and personally in a guided panorama of His ministry.
I hope you’ll join me as I host Ralph Jensen on this episode of I Believe Podcast: Expressions of Faith: Eyewitness of Christ: Ralph Jensen’s NDE. Please find the full transcript here. This isn’t for me. It’s for you. From the Savior. He is pursuing you. He loves you. He lives. He’s not just a man or a pundit or a holy monk or a creation of Oz. Listen on. Hear Ralph’s story.
Please contact me with questions, comments, thoughts. We hope this reach those honestly seeking to know if Jesus really is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. And feel free to share this with a friend, a skeptic, a struggling person of belief or unbelief.
Scripture Verse: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.”
Faith Quote: (All truth is part of one whole; science uncovers pieces but not the whole, and often misses the mark, or refuses to see the mark.) The scientist who believes that everything can be explained in natural terms cannot tolerate the concept of a supernatural Being. But for the Christian biologist, the world is only comprehensible in light of God’s existence. This is especially true when one considers the question of origins. Robert Jastrow accurately summarizes the clash between the materialistic scientist and the Christian with regard to origins:
At this moment it seems as though science will never be able to raise the curtain on the mystery of creation. For the scientist who has lived by his faith in the power of reason, the story ends like a bad dream. He has scaled the mountains of ignorance, his about to conquer the highest peak; as he pulls himself over the final rock, he is greeted by a band of theologians who have been sitting there for centuries (God and the Astronomers, 1978: New York: W.W. Norton, 116).
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