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Redemption Accomplished and Applied
Redemption Accomplished and Applied
by John Murray

Monday, July 16, 2001
An interesting study was published last month suggesting that consciousness may continue after brain activity has stopped. The study's subjects were heart attack victims who had not suffered from oxygen deprivation, which causes hallucinations. Several of the patients have clear memories from the time when they were clinically dead and had no brain activity. This study is certainly not conclusive, but if accurate, it would seem to strike a serious blow to the idea that some significant amount of brain activity is necessary for a human to be a "person."

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