Seeing God in the Third Millennium – Oliver Sacks – The Atlantic

How the brain creates out-of-the-body experiences and religious epiphanies

Having myself having had both (an out-of-the-body experience as a child after a massive dose of penicillin), and a religious epiphany while walking on the top of the walls of Jerusalem  in 1990, I found this article by Dr. Sacks very interesting.  Does it preclude a genuine religious experience of God?  Personally, I think the jury is still out.

Seeing God in the Third Millennium – Oliver Sacks – The Atlantic.

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