The best characterization is provided by the product of this religious education, the Jew himself. His life is only of this world, and his spirit is inwardly as alien to true Christianity as his nature two thousand years previous was to the great founder of the new doctrine. Of course, the latter made no secret of his attitude toward the Jewish people, and when necessary he even took the whip to drive from the temple of the Lord this adversary of all humanity, who then as always saw in religion nothing but an instrument for his business existence. In return, Christ was nailed to the cross, while our present-day party Christians debase themselves to begging for Jewish votes at elections and later try to arrange political swindles with atheistic Jewish parties-- and this against their own nation. -Adolf Hitler (Mein Kampf)
As lovely as it sounds I am just not sure..
It's not impossible at all that he felt the presence of his dead grandmother "on the other side" while he was technically-dead.
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If he has had a Christian upbringing, he may have convinced himself he saw these things to make sense out of the experience. Or then he saw what he says he saw, who knows what happens on "the other side".
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Kids at age 3 aren't even taught what death *is* yet, so how could he have had these ideas taught to him?
These kinds of Near-Death Experiences are common -- whether this one is true or not, many of the others cannot possibly be 'explained-away' by science. Continuation of consciousness after death is a reality.
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