Did Muslim or Jewish children see Christ? I suspect that these experiences trigger a "religious" part of the brain, for want of a better word. Now if she found that these children of other religions saw only Jesus, then it's time to re-evaluate my agnosticism.
Many of them were neither Muslim, Jewish or Christian.
Their parents hadn't spoken to them about ANY religion EVER.
Some of them hadn't even told these children that Doctors had said they were terminally ill.
Yet shortly before their deaths they told their parents they had encounters with Jesus in dreams etc.(they named Him) where He told them they would die, or be going away, but not to be afraid because He was taking them with Him.
The stories were incredible. One child said that he had a dream where a school bus pulled up and the door opened and Jesus was on the bus. Jesus told him not to be afraid, that He would be coming back for him soon.
He told this story to his parents shortly before his death with a great sense of peace.
His parents had NEVER spoken to him about Jesus, or that fact that he was terminally ill.
This is just one example of the incredible stories this Doctor testifies converted her to Christianity.
Why would such a thing evolve?
I asked questions on the other thread that have long puzzled me. Why does the mind play these "tricks?" What's the point? Why did such a thing "evolve?" Other of our features evolved to help us survive. These matters happen when we die, way too late to have an effect on evolution.
My point is, IMO there is absolutely no reason for any of these experiences unless they are real.
Just as important I have a question about ghosts. Why aren't ghosts naked? Do clothes survive death?
Please explain why such a part of the human brain would exist?