Blog - Afterlife Research

A Lawyer on “Stubborn Skeptics”

Posted by Roberta Grimes • June 21, 2016 • 12 Comments

GUEST POST: Victor and Wendy Zammit are the world’s leading afterlife experts. For decades they have fearlessly battled all who would deny humankind these truths, and they even have posted a million-dollar challenge for anyone who can prove that the afterlife evidence in their wonderful book, A Lawyer Presents the Evidence for the Afterlife, is... Read More

God and the Materialist Delusion

Posted by Roberta Grimes • June 14, 2016 • 15 Comments

By now we can be certain that the Christian God does not exist. After decades of doing afterlife research and collaborating extensively with other researchers, I can state without equivocation that there is no anthropomorphic God that judges us and condemns us to hell. Wonderfully, though, what exists instead is the loving Spirit that Jesus... Read More

“The Men of Her City Shall Stone Her”

Posted by Roberta Grimes • June 05, 2016 • 27 Comments

I have just read a blog-rant by someone who calls himself a Christian against Jan Crouch, the co-founder of Trinity Broadcasting Network, who recently died. I have no idea what a woman who spent forty years building the largest Christian broadcasting network on earth might have done to offend this Bible-thumper! But he used a... Read More

Who Are You?

Posted by Roberta Grimes • April 29, 2016 • 4 Comments

The fundamental question of human existence is this: who and what are human beings? The scientific community is confident that we are only the latest iteration of an evolutionary process that goes back to living cells appearing in primordial soup; while Christians see us as the fallen and inadequate creations of a stern Godhead. Neither... Read More

The Fun of Growing Forever

Posted by Roberta Grimes • April 18, 2016 • 18 Comments

I apologize for the tardiness of this post, but I’ve been finishing my next book and visiting Santa Barbara to form a new friendship. Jack Canfield needs no introduction! His Chicken Soup for the Soul series has sold many millions of books, and Jack in person is engaging and delightful. Here is a video of... Read More

The True Meaning of Easter

Posted by Roberta Grimes • March 28, 2016 • 32 Comments

No one who enjoyed last Sunday’s celebrations – all pastel flowers and chocolate eggs and carving a ham on the holiday table – can have given any serious thought to what Easter is supposed to mean. Christians refer to Jesus as our “Savior” and “Redeemer.” Those words so gaily trip off the tongue! God proved... Read More

Scientific Shark-Jumping

Posted by Roberta Grimes • March 14, 2016 • 6 Comments

The fact that mainstream science marries dogmas with what is supposed to be an open-minded pursuit of the truth is tying today’s scientists into knots. Groundbreaking research is being hampered; inventions that make no sense are being touted; and, with it all, a vast new source of expert help is being rejected out of hand.... Read More

When Children Die

Posted by Roberta Grimes • March 07, 2016 • 26 Comments

(Adapted from an article published in the March newsletter of Helping Parents Heal, a wonderful source of support for bereaved parents. Go to helpingparentsheal.info for information and assistance. You are not alone.)   The death of a child may be the most painful experience that life can bring. For most, the grief is a process... Read More

Transgender Folly

Posted by Roberta Grimes • February 29, 2016 • 19 Comments

One of the things I lately have come to accept is that I don’t have a private life. If any of my personal experiences might help you, and even if it embarrasses me, I no longer have the right to keep it from you. So, okay, here is a big one. I was born transgendered.... Read More

Let’s Get Real

Posted by Roberta Grimes • February 21, 2016 • 14 Comments

I am coming to think that the leading intellectual challenge of our time, and perhaps the foremost barrier to any further human progress, is the insidious notion of dualism in the study of reality. We all take for granted the idea that there is a scientific way of approaching reality, and also a religious point... Read More