Bishop Rod Walton and Revd Dr Caroline Wilkins were interviewed about Bereavment Rescue by Keith Anthony on Croydon Radio
Father Rod Walton author of, Bereavement Rescue with Near Death Experience, discusses the evidence for and uses of NDE science.
Join Skeptiko host Alex Tsakiris for an interview discussing the use of near death experience science in dealing with the loss of a loved one. During the interview Father Rod Walton explains why science is important to his work, “I think people really want evidence. Most people, once you give them evidence, it changes them. I often use Ken Ring’s book, Mindsight, about people who have been born blind. They don’t even see in there dreams… they only can smell, taste and touch… but when these people have a near death experience they do see for the first time. When the bereaved realize that this doesn’t add up, it affects them. It makes them willing to listen. They’re getting hope based on facts rather than just perhaps and ifs and pie in the sky.”
Father Walton also discusses the Christian churches unwillingness to accept this new science, “Many Christian communities have great tunnel vision. They’re only looking in a straight line. They don’t look left; they don’t look right. I don’t think they’re searching. I don’t think they’re seeking. I think they’re just following tradition and dogma.”
Bishop Rod and Revd Caroline Wilkins, both of Bereavement Rescue, were recently interviewed on Caribbean Radio. They spoke on Near Death Experiences, Life After Death and the Bereavement Rescue approach to healing Bereavment. You can listen to the entire radio broadcast of the show here:
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