Yeah, I never know what to think of these things. I suppose the HS may have spoken to him symbolically with the fire and the demons and the damned shouting their warnings. I always kind of derail when someone who claims an NDE starts talking about that kind of stuff though. Because I really think the fire HAS to be the presence of God, and if that’s the case, you’re hardly going to be hearing demons cackling and the screamed warnings of the damned, etc. It would be clean, pure, even if agonizing. And of course I don’t believe it’s physical fire (though again it could appear symbolically if this was God sending Jordan a message.)
He seems very sincere, but I just kind of think he’s acting. It also doesn’t add up that it’s God the Father judging him, since He’s given over all judgment to His Son.
I think he manages to skirt the issue in that he portrays himself as “coming back” for a few heartbeats and gasping out his “sinners prayer” before his heart stops again. So he’s technically “alive” when he does that. Lucky for him, huh? What about all those damned screaming their warnings, trying unselfishly to save him from sharing their fate? Too bad their hearts won’t miraculously start beating again for a few micro-seconds so they could gasp out their belief in “this life.” Like I said, he seems very sincere, but I’ve been lied to a LOT, and well, you do have to come across as sincere. I don’t know, Sherman. I hate to say this because it’d be really cool if real, but I’m not convinced. (And I should say that I DO believe in NDEs. What do you think? Do you believe him?